The process of sifting through the plethora of leadership development resources available via websites, books and social media may be daunting. Fortunately, a cadre of leaders within our profession has compiled the best advice and current research for you.
A recent study sought to describe a community of practice established to aid the professional development of faculty affairs professionals and document its impact.
At its core, our profession helps others to improve healthcare. Now, I think it’s time we discuss ethics in continuing education.
A review of “Continuing Professional Development in Medicine and Health Care: Better Education, Better Patient Outcomes," edited by William F. Rayburn, Mary G. Turco and David A. Davis.
Five confessions from Rebecca DeVivo, a newly CHCP-certified board member on her journey