Social media (social media) platforms can play an important role in announcing new and important findings to the scientific community and allowing healthcare professionals (HCPs) to share ideas. Opportunities for peer-to-peer exchange,...
By: Allison Kickel, FACEHP, CHCP; and Angelique Vinther, CHCP
Librarians at Nemours Children’s Health, a multi-state pediatric health system, have noticed increased stress, compassion fatigue and a lack of fulfillment among healthcare associate, including physicians, nurses, allied health and...
By: Olivia DiLeonardo, MLS; Ann Ferrari, MLS, MA Ed; and Susan Harnett, MLS, AHIP-D
How do clinicians know if they are treating patients too much, too little or just right? As continuing professional education (CPE) professionals, we focus on providing access to education that helps clinicians balance evidence-based science with...
By: Alana Brody, MBA, CHCP; and Susan Miller, Ph.D.
In part four of our ongoing series “Advancing Continuing Medical Education: Reflecting on the Past and Charting a Path Forward,” we shift focus to outcomes measurement as an integrated part of the educational design, identifying the...
By: Emily Belcher and Wendy Cerenzia, MS
Recently, EACCME® 3.0 was released with updated guidelines which have sparked concern and discussion among accreditation specialists across Europe and North America. This article will highlight key updates to the EACCME® criteria and its...
By: Sandra Caballero, PharmD; and Susan H Yarbrough, CHCP
Staying up to date on industry trends can feel like an overwhelming task. Information is everywhere in our digital world: blogs, websites, podcasts, newsletters, social media.
By: Sapana Panday and Karen Straube-West, PhD
Since the COVID-19 pandemic, microlearning has emerged as an educational tactic used for patients, students and other trainees but has not been commonly applied in educating practicing healthcare professionals (HCPs).
By: Jacqueline Meredith, PharmD, BCIDP; Sarah L. Anderson, PharmD, BCACP, BCPS, FASHP, FCCP
Nurse Practitioners (NPs) and Physician Assistants (PAs) are essential members of the healthcare team, playing a critical role in delivering high-quality healthcare to individuals across various settings. With their advanced training and...
By: Charles Dillehay, MBA, CAE; and Brian S. McGowan, PhD, FACEhp
This is the second article in a series, focused on original research that was first presented at the Alliance 2023 Industry Summit (AIS) session, “What’s next? Revisiting ‘20 Predictions for the Future of CPD’: Looking...
By: Caroline Pardo, PhD, CHCP, FACEHP; Sarah Nisly, PharmD, MEd, BCPS, FCCP; Dustin Ensign, CHCP