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.
Professionals in the field of continuing education in the health professions experience a lifelong process of acquiring and sharing knowledge and resources in order to succeed.
If your continuing medical education (CME) program is like our program — committed to bringing valuable, high-quality, relevant and practical education to your learners as a means of improving practice and patient care — then, like us, you look at your CME mission statement as your battle cry.
Welcome to 2020, a new decade. As your new Almanac editor, I am entrusted with the opportunity and responsibility to serve your professional information needs, especially as they relate to our online footprint.
The previous article in this series reviewed the role of failure as a learning tool, and explored case vignettes as an experiential learning methodology that can be used in CME/CPD activities to offer HCPs opportunities to try and fail without negative consequences to patients.