The COVID-19 situation has challenged us to think innovatively about reaching out to our learners and engaging them in the process of learning. Many organizations, universities and other education providers are pivoting to online delivery very quickly.
Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is the leading cause of blindness among working-age people in the United States, affecting more than half of the 18 million adults with diagnosed diabetes.
Developing a continuing education (CE) activity is an exciting but time consuming process: conducting a needs assessment, identifying educational gaps, engaging activity stakeholders, securing funding, developing an outcomes assessment plan and more.
By now, we are all aware of the pandemic of COVID-19. While CME offers educational interventions in a variety of formats, live meetings continue to make up most of these activities. In a time of social distancing, almost all of this creates risk.
In December 2018, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center accomplished a long-time goal by achieving Joint Accreditation status. Part two of this three-part series focuses on preparation for submitting the Joint Accreditation self-study and organizational infrastructure.