Advancing Academic Continuing Medical Education/Continuing Professional Development

Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions (Winter 2020) Vinas, Emily K.; Schroedl, Clara J.; Rayburn, William F.

New research has framed the strategic development of continuing medical education (CME) and continuing professional development (CPD) units as a five-level hierarchy of needs. Its priorities include securing investment, constructing infrastructure, integration within academic medical center (AMC) leadership structures, promoting data-driven interventions, and furtherance of educational innovation. The authors recommend using this hierarchy to communicate the importance of CME/CPD units to AMCs and to the lifelong learning of practicing doctors.

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