The Patient's Role in CME

Track: Short Session (10 minutes)

Session Number: 3011
Date: Wed, May 9th, 2018
Time: 11:20 AM - 11:30 AM

Description:

This session will identify ways of working with advocacy groups to be able to access a patient perspective that can be integrated into your CME activities. The session will describe specifically how a collaboration can be developed and the various ways that patient input can be incorporated effectively into your programs in ways that strengthen the educational impact on the physicians participating.  

Session Type: Session

Learning Objective 1: Identify specific ways that working with patient advocacy groups can strengthen an educational program
Learning Objective 2: Describe approaches for developing relationships with patient groups.
Learning Objective 3: List the potential benefits of collaboration to both the provider and the advocacy group.
Alignment to National Learning Competencies: Collaborating and Partnering with Stakeholders
Session Type: Session

Learning Objective 1: Identify specific ways that working with patient advocacy groups can strengthen an educational program
Learning Objective 2: Describe approaches for developing relationships with patient groups.
Learning Objective 3: List the potential benefits of collaboration to both the provider and the advocacy group.
Alignment to National Learning Competencies: Collaborating and Partnering with Stakeholders