Expert Webinars

Evolving Trends in CME: From Online Social Learning to Team-Based Collaborative Education and Quality Improvement

We were so pleased to have our friend and colleague, Joe Kim, MD, MPH, join us to discuss“Evolving Trends in CME: From Online Social Learning to Team-Based Collaborative Education and Quality Improvement.” The webinar was part of our free monthly series and was moderated by Jeremy C. Lundberg, MSSW and CEO of EthosCE Learning Management System.

Key Learning Objectives

  1. Common barriers to effective continuing medical education (CME),
  2. Impact of the changing vision of the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Certification and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) programs
  3. Different CME learning modalities
  4. And the role of Quality Improvement in CME going forward.

New Data on Clinician Learning: What does it mean for my CME practice?

Research exploring clinician learning is of little value if it is not shared and leveraged broadly by those within the CME community to drive innovation and improve educational planning.

Moderated by Jeremy C. Lundberg, MSSW and CEO of EthosCE Learning Management System, this session introduces three new and emerging data sets that have been collected by Brian S. McGowan, Ph.D. Dr. McGowan will structure each data set to highlight the problem, the methods of exploration, and the data or conclusion that could be drawn. These new ideas will then be put into the context of the educational planning process with the goal of allowing those within the CME community to effectively leverage these data and lessons to immediately impact their planning processes.

Automating Regularly Schedule Series in Continuing Medical Education using Technology

The management of RSS regulatory and attendance documentation is a resource-intensive function for hospital-based continuing medical education (CME). This webinar discusses how EthosCE Learning Management System automates and streamlines the management of RSS and live meetings using the web and mobile technologies. Data and case studies from major health systems and tips for strategic planning are discussed.

Becoming an Entrepreneurial CME Enterprise

Moderated by Jeremy C. Lundberg, MSSW, and CEO of EthosCE Learning Management System, Chitra Subramaniam, Ph.D., discusses how she and her colleagues are transforming Duke Office of CME into an entrepreneurial enterprise.

Dr. Subramaniam was the Assistant Director for the Center of Educational Excellence and the Assistant Dean of the Duke Office of Continuing Medical Education at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. Special attention will be given to strategies used to drive growth and innovation as well as building partnerships with key stakeholders.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand how economic forces are impacting traditional CME models.
  2. What does “entrepreneurial CME” mean?
  3. Learn about effective strategies for changing the organizational culture within the CME enterprise.

 

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