If our purpose as physicians is to be of service to humanity and to heal, we must not forget that we are a composite of the combined perceptions of our patients, community, and colleagues. These perceptions, through repeated interactions, become reality to those around us, regardless of our own ‘delusions of grandeur’ as being the most educated, hard-working, ethical professionals on the planet.
Before defining e-learning it is appropriate to first define learning. While there are many definitions, an inclusive definition of learning is “a change in the learner’s knowledge that is attributable to experience.” (Mayer, 2010) e-Learning, which is derived from the phrase electronic learning, is another term that has been used widely in the literature with various definitions. The AMEE guide on e-Learning in Medical Education defines