Can microcontent models shape the instructional design of medical education? We tested that theory with the goal of providing high-impact science within a strategic platform designed to facilitate and assess how clinicians interact and learn.
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.
Vice President Pence announced on March 18 that the Trump administration has directed the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to permit doctors, nurses, and other medical practitioners to practice across state lines even if they lack a license in a particular state, to treat COVID-19.
We run more than 140 regularly schedule series (RSS) each year for our program, UUCME, a decentralized program (meaning that our office enforces and tracks compliance with ACCME criteria and policies while our planning partners develop specific content).