Emerging Tools and Techniques for Continuing Medical Education: Assessing Their Impact on Learning and Practice Change
The learner will be able to:
- discuss with colleagues the trends in CME and describe what changes have occurred, and are likely to occur in the future, as we move toward CHPD – Continuing Health Professional Development
- explain to other educators the rationale for pursuing a different approach to providing CME and help them in the process of developing CME/CHPD that is more focused on improving competence, performance, and health outcomes
- champion the cause of increasing the frequency, acceptability, interest in, and effectiveness of CHPD in the field of addiction in their conversations with others in the medical field
Reference: Tanner Bradley. Emerging Tools and Techniques for Continuing Medical Education: Assessing Their Impact on Learning and Practice Change. 2011 Course on the State of the Art in Addiction Medicine; 2011 October 28; Washington, DC.
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