Anne Symons, CHCP, FACEHP, differentiates between competence and performance where competence is analogous to the golfer’s practice, while performance is analogous to the professional golfer’s round on the course.
By: Annabel Steele, Alliance Staff
Here, we explore the value of corrective mentoring within CME activities, show changes in competency within CME programs and highlight the underlying cognitive science of skill development that drives its effectiveness.
Continuing medical education is designed to improve clinician knowledge and competence, improving clinician performance and closing gaps in practice. We also rely on assessments designed with our original goal in mind: to close practice gaps and...
In this latest installment of the Legends Interviews series, Dr. Brian McGowan speaks with Dr. Don Moore. Listen as Dr. Moore describes how he went from being an aspiring Broadway audio engineer to becoming a truly legendary CME scholar.
By: Brian McGowan, PhD, FACEhp
Microlearning, a format often used by learning and development professionals outside of CME, is showing promise as an option for time-deprived practitioners. Here, the authors explore microlearning and provide best practices and use-case examples...
By: Andrea L. Gaymon, MEd, and Kenny Cox, CHCP
The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) and Haymarket Medical Education (HME) designed a multifaceted CME/CE atrial fibrillation curriculum utilizing an approach that featured a mix of virtual meeting technology, mobile-optimized online activity.
By: Beth Kurdock, Angie Ladas, and Krista Sierra
The Alliance Research Committee conducted a survey of CPD professionals to determine exactly which burdens impact them the most, which are most prevalent and how these burdens impact delivery of CME/CPD content and the profession in general.
By: Andrew D. Bowser, ELS, CHCP; Elizabeth G. Franklin, PhD, CHCP; Alexandra Howson, PhD, CHCP; Carla Jones, MSN, RN-BC; Pesha Rubenstein, MPH, CHCP, FACEHP; Greg Salinas, PhD; and Lisa M. Shook, DHPE, MCHES
Clinicians often do not assess the presence of comorbidities in patients with COPD and are less likely to prescribe bronchodilators to COPD patients with cardiovascular disease, often due to lack of knowledge about the cardiovascular safety of...
By: Cardiometabolic Health Congress: Amanda Jamrogiewicz, CHCP; Shpetim Karandrea, PhD; Neha Agarwal, PhD
Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a disfiguring, disabling and potentially fatal rare disease. To extend survivability and improve the quality of life for patients, education must support improvements in differential diagnosis and appropriate...
By: Brittany Puster, Katlyn Cooper, Natasha Mitchner and Ritesh Kothari