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.
In this, the second article in the series, we discuss grant development and submission. What follows are some good practices and points for consideration that we hope will be useful as a quick guide for anyone responsible for developing and submitting grants for their organization or institution.
Efforts to include social media in professional development have been met with mixed reactions, with issues cited including control of content and best use, as well as measurement of learning outcomes.
Innovation in CME/CE happens every day. This series aims to highlight education that is creatives, interesting, different, entertaining and overall noteworthy. In each installment, we will showcase a program that that demonstrated that education can be facilitated in different ways.