The MOOC of this and many mornings, has to to be the new run of Understanding Dementia from the Wicking Centre at the University of Tasmania, which starts tomorrow. In five years 140 000 people from 180 000 countries have enrolled.
Wicking Centre chair (and former Tas premier) David Bartlett points CMM to MOOC resource, Class Central, which scores Understanding Dementia as fifth in its global top 50 all-time on-line courses and number two in the health and medicine category, on the basis of reviews.
Last year the Wicking Centre launched the MOOC in China (CMM March 17 2107). CMM cannot understand why the World Health Organisation does not fund Wicking to translate the MOOC into other languages.