Part one of this two-part series described the importance for a specialty society to develop and maintain a relevant education strategy. Part two in this two-part series presents specific action steps to implement each of these goals.
This is the first of a two-part series describing an approach for a specialty society to develop and maintain a relevant education strategy. This article describes current environmental shifts and posits nine goals to serve as the foundation for a society’s education strategic plan.
Providers of continuing professional education are uniquely positioned to foster the adoption of evidence-based strategies and initiatives that support shared decision making (SDM) and person-centered care.
The joke at our institution was that there were so many CME-certified activities that physicians could earn credit by walking down the hall. Why then, was it so difficult for some physicians to earn enough CME credits to maintain their license?
A rheumatology clinic based in an urban safety-net hospital demonstrated historically low performance in vaccinating its immunosuppressed patient population against pneumococcal disease.