This past September, 204 continuing education professionals and other healthcare stakeholders returned to their work settings armed with ideas and relevant action plans after attending the inaugural Alliance Quality and Innovation Summit (QIS) 2016 at Cleveland Clinic.
The Alliance Board has acknowledged changes to the Foundation for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (FCEhp), and we wish to explain what those changes are and why they were made.
In an interview with Heidi Keeler, Ph.D., RN, Wendy Turell, DrPH, CHCP, addresses Alliance National Learning Competency Area 3: Measuring the Effectiveness of CEhp Activities and the Impact of Overall CEhp Program.
Although generational differences go far back into recorded history, there is now research on how different generations work, think, learn and behave.
FDA Hearing on ER-LA Opioid REMS