The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated change in continuing professional development (CPD) that was already in progress. Providers worldwide have had to quickly and virtually acclimate to a new evolving clinical model.
Researchers report that incorporating quality improvement (QI) into continuing professional development (CPD) in Canadian medical education is likely to be more effective than passive learning strategies in changing clinical practice and improving patient outcomes.
The Medical Board of California has joined the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and State Medical Boards Collaboration to mitigate workloads and simplify CME reporting for learners licensed in the state.
As hopeful news about COVID-19 vaccines spreads nationwide, more people are returning to “normal” activities, including travel, vacations, family gatherings and in-person meetings. As we countdown to Alliance Connect, Audrie Tornow shares an overview of her cross-country trip to Seattle.