Year: 2021

2021-Fall Updates

Call for Case Studies & Abstracts!

Call for Case Studies & Abstracts! You’re invited to submit an article, abstract, case study, commentary, virtual link, or podcast about your CME/CPD program—its innovations, strategic initiatives, new curricula, learner outcomes, achievements, collaborations, public/private partnerships, MOC or scholarly research projects, a data-shot, etc. for publication in the newsletter. If you wish to submit an article […]

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2021-Fall From the Editors

From the Editors | Fall 2021

Dear Readers, As the new academic year begins, you are most likely busy implementing the new CPD strategies and programs your educational teams have planned over this hot and turbulent summer. In keeping with this order, we wish to introduce you to our revised mission and new column editors appearing for the first time in […]

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2021-Fall DEI

Starting with Me, Myself and I – Reflecting on My Own Privilege

By Mohammad Salhia, MEd As I sat down to craft this editorial, I struggled a bit with where to start. Of course, I was tasked with saying a few words about equity, inclusion, and diversity (EDI), and though I am steeped in this work between my home organization, doctoral studies, and SACME, I wasn’t quite […]

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2021-Fall Publications & Scholarship

Publications & Scholarship – Fall 2021

By William Rayburn, MD, MBA Tuesdays are great for teaching tips: A spaced education strategy for faculty development. DOI: 10.4300/JGME-D-20-01249.1 Difficulty in meeting faculty development requirements is consistently reported in the literature due to competing workload requirements. This report from the Case Western Reserve University describes their Tuesday’s Teaching Tips (TTT) program developed as a 14-week […]

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2021-Fall International CME/CPD

Becoming an International Virtual CPD/CME Provider to the Americas

By Alvaro Margolis, MD MS FIAHSI, Column Editor:  Helena Prior Filipe, MD, MMEd With our new virtual learning competencies, many CME providers are considering expanding their regional and national presence to an international audience.  The Americas are a unique and challenging region to explore.  Latin America is a large and heterogeneous middle-income region, with one […]

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2021-Fall International CME/CPD

CPD in Australia and New Zealand: An Evolution is Underway

By Heather G. Mack, MBBS, MBA, PhD, FRANZCO, FRACS, Column Editor: Helena Prior Filipe, MD, MMEd CPD in Australia and New Zealand until now has been largely controlled by medical professional societies (“colleges”), which set the curriculum and requirements for ongoing education. Each society has its own requirements; these are expected meet the standards of […]

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2021-Fall Publications & Scholarship Updates

CPD DAT SHOT – Determining Fair Market Value for CME

By Heather Clemons, MS, MBA, ATC, CHCP and Joenathan Rodriguez, MPH Most CME providers want to assure that their CME activity fee schedules are competitive and appropriate for their market area.  A periodic survey by the CME office is one good way to determine where you stand among other area providers.  In an effort to […]

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2021-Summer Updates

Upcoming CME/CPD Events of Interest – Summer 2021

June AMEE Live Webinar:  Creating Shared Online Medical Education for the World Wednesday, June 23, 2021, Time: 1600 hrs UK.,To register:Please register here July August AMEE 2021 Annual Meeting  Redefining Healthcare Professions Together, A Virtual Conference, 27-30th of August September/October AHME/AAMC.  Teaching 4 Quality Certificate Course, September 22 – October 27. An all virtual, longitudinal […]

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2021-Summer Tips & Innovations for Practice

Using a Common QI Method in a Health Professions Education Context

By Helen Mawdsley, EdD and Eleftherios K. Soleas, PhD Quality improvement and patient safety (QIPS) projects in healthcare often use a Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) or Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle, such as taught by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement Open School virtual QI curriculum and described in the AMA PI-CME accredited activity process. While many clinicians and faculty […]

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2021-Summer Publications & Scholarship

Publications & Scholarship – Summer 2021

By William Rayburn, MD This column aims to provide a list of insightful publications on topics of interest to teaching faculty and professionals in CME/CPD. Hanging up the surgical cap: Assessing the competence of aging surgeons Determining when a surgeon should retire includes continuing education and public safety considerations. This search of websites describing non-medical […]

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