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.
Dustin Ensign and Kathleen Moreo presented “A Rare CME Formula – Aligning Strategic Considerations for Orphan, Rare and Ultra-Rare Diseases” at the CBI annual meeting on Sept. 13, 2018.
Are we doing enough to embrace and develop education that is truly effective, accessible and meaningful to patients? The short answer: We could do more.
Respondents to the Fall 2017 Grants Guidebook survey expressed a desire for more specific resources — checklists, templates, case studies, etc. — leading to discussions on monthly SIG calls about how to add value to and update the existing document and align it with the NLCs.