Day: January 6, 2023
As you may have noticed, you didn’t receive a CE News Spring issue. Instead, you received our 2023 Annual Proceedings Report, filled with plenary session summaries, oral abstracts and poster presentations. If you didn’t have the opportunity to attend the 2023 meeting in Nashville either virtually or live, than we hope you will take a moment to review this report. Presently, the report is available to members and the public to download. In other news, I am delighted to announce two additions to our editorial team. Ginny Jacobs, PhD, a past SACME president and well-known in the CME/CPD community, has agreed to serve as Co-Chief Editor. We are so fortunate to have Ginny join the team and we look forward to her contributions both…Read More
Diversity, equity, and inclusion in medical education refer to the breaking down of systemic barriers that prevent the full participation of educators and learners from underrepresented groups. During the pandemic, we have seen increasing calls to address disparities due to racism, colonialism, gender bias, heteronormativity, and other forms of oppression. Educators have a range of experience in this area. In this piece, we would like to give you some tips as to how you might be able to incorporate equity into your work as a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) provider.Read More
Australian Medical Regulations and New CPD Registration Standards for Medical Practitioners: Transforming CPD
In Australia, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) regulates registered health practitioners, and it works in collaboration with 15 National Boards to set the standards that all health practitioners must meet to register and maintain their registration to practice medicine. In particular, the Medical Board of Australia (MBA) sets professional regulation and registration standards for medical practitioners in Australia, in accordance with the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law.Read More
This column aims to provide a list of insightful publications on topics of interest to teaching faculty and professionals in CME/CPD.
A prospective randomized study to compare standard versus intensive training strategies on long-term improvement in critical care ultrasonography proficiency.
This article studied the impact of two approaches to the acquisition of critical care ultrasound skills by Critical Care Fellows. The lack of any impact of 8 additional hours of training raises important questions regarding which skills require more longitudinal training to reach acceptable levels of competence.Read More
Join us for SACME’s 2023 Annual Meeting where educators, administrators and other professionals in academic continuing medical education (CME) will explore Inspiring and Igniting the CPD Imagination. SACME members receive an additional $100 discount. All rates listed are for In-Person and Virtual. Please sign in to your SACME account to receive member pricing. For more […]Read More
The AFMC CPD Research Committee invites abstracts for presentations at the 2023 AFMC CPD Virtual Research Symposium scheduled for Thursday and Friday, May 11-12th from 12-4PM EST. We encourage abstract submissions across the following domains: Health Professions Education Research; Implementation Science; Quality Improvement; Patient Safety; Program Development and Evaluation; Faculty Development. We welcome abstracts related to the theme of ICAM 2023. Deadline for abstract submissions: February 20th, 2023. Online abstract submission at: https://tinyurl.com/CPDresearch2023.Read More