With healthcare employees enduring climbing rates of burnout, researchers Christina Barss and Angela J. Patchell recommend interprofessional education (IPE), a collaborative learning and training framework that unites at least two professions.
Simulation in continuing medical education can help learners apply knowledge without consequences, deliver feedback to improve their clinical decisions, repeat scenarios to gain mastery, and facilitate positive behavior change.
A recent study details interdisciplinary guidance designed within a PGY-2 Critical Care residency program to fulfill pharmacy residents' educational and leadership needs.
The American Association of Family Physicians (AAFP) Credit System has revealed a new seal that continuing medical education (CME) providers can use to certify their offerings' approval by the association and show that they can be reported for transcripts following the completion of activity. AAFP d
Continuing medical education (CME) providers can help American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)-certified physicians meet their requirement to obtain 100 maintenance of certification (MOC) points every five years.