To better understand the development of leadership skills in the obstetrics and gynecology arena, Canadian researchers conducted a national survey and eight interviews of residents, fellows and staff physicians in the specialty.
By: Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada
The COVID-19 pandemic led to a number of changes in how healthcare professionals (HCPs) access and share medical information.
Researchers conducted a survey of healthcare professionals' (HCP) use of social media, with an eye toward using social media to support continuing professional development activities.
By: Medical Education Online
Researchers evaluated the attitudes of genetic counselors, both in and out of laboratory settings, about rewording or expanding various measures of competency, such as practice-based competencies and board examination, to incorporate laboratory...
By: Journal of Genetic Counseling
In this article, researchers examine the use of generative artificial intelligence (AI) in nursing education.
By: Journal of Nursing Education
Around 7% of people in the U.S. identify as LGBTQ+1, with over 1 million same-sex couples2 and 1.6 million transgender people.3 A 2021 survey indicated that Gen Z — people born between 1997 and 2004 — are mostly likely to identify as...
By: Rachel Every, RN, BSN; Chris Napolitan; and Tricia Wilson, MS, CHCP
I look forward to serving as president of the Alliance for the upcoming year. I suspect the year will undoubtedly fly by, and I am eager to get started. At the end of this year, I want to know (and demonstrate in a measurable way) we have made...
After a successful strategic planning session, you’ve emerged with a roadmap, vision and clearly defined goals and objectives for an exciting new project that you’re in charge of implementing. Now, the real fun begins! A little...
Healthcare providers are increasingly recognizing the value of patient engagement, especially in continuing education (CE), in efforts to boost the outcomes and the quality of care.