Generative artificial intelligence (GenAI), particularly large language models (LLMs) like ChatGPT and others, is here to stay and having an impact on the CME industry. In a recent session led by Andy Crim and Brian McGowan during the CMEpalooza...
By: Kenny Cox, CHCP, FACEHP; Andrew Crim, M.Ed., FACEHP; and Brian S. McGowan, Ph.D., FACEHP
A recent claim about natural language processing (NLP) techniques caught my attention. An Almanac ChatGPT-generated article suggested that “ChatGPT can make sense of vast amounts of qualitative data received from interviews and open-ended...
By: Alexandra Howson, PhD, CHCP
The opioid crisis continues to plague the U.S., impacting communities across the country. Numerous educational initiatives have been developed and distributed to help clinicians tackle this challenge, with several programs emphasizing the...
By: Kenny Cox, Brett Gordeau, John Kriak, Michelle Skidmore, Marlene Heeg
ChatGPT is a powerful and versatile tool that has the potential to revolutionize the way CME professionals work and deliver education. With its advanced natural language processing capabilities, it provides new opportunities for innovation and...
By: Andrew Crim, M.Ed., CHCP, FACEhp
While theoretical debate still persists on the specific role of social media in medical education, it is unquestionable that healthcare professionals (HCPs) and patients consistently turn to social media for medical education.
By: Matthew Frese, MBA; John Guerriero, MBA; Jae McKinney; Lauren Welch, MA
A learning management system (LMS) can provide medical and healthcare specialty societies the tools to create and deliver online educational activities.
By: Tiffany Knowlton, JD, MBA; Bernadette Rensing; and Candace Street
As healthcare educators, we are used to updating content prior to expiration to reflect an important guideline change or new FDA approval. Yet with COVID-19-related education, often the education is outdated within only months or weeks of...
By: Katie Robinson, PhD, CHCP
Continuing medical education (CME) is considered critical for clinicians to update their knowledge as the treatment landscape evolves. The aim of CME is for clinicians to change and improve their practice as needed, resulting in better...
By: Alison Scott, Joel Turner, Katie Emery, Tammy Gibbs
When planning live-virtual meetings, focus on the three key areas of learner acquisition, timely and relevant content and seamless user experience to create a successful learning experience.
By: Mindi Daiga, MBA, CHCP