Louise Aronson describes reflective practice as the process of analyzing, questioning and reframing in order to make an assessment of it for the purposes of improving practice.
This article highlights, from industry supporter perspectives, how the scope of what supporters are likely to fund has or has not changed over the last 10 years.
Bias comes in many forms in many environments. Biases based on gender, race, appearance and socioeconomic status are among the most common, and, for decades, these biases have been well documented within the education system.
This article will explore ways providers can use live video for these purposes and will cover some of the live video apps that are currently available.
Grand Rounds Lectures Show Positive Impact on Clinician Measures in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus