This past Tuesday was March 14th - or 3/14 - otherwise known as Pi Day. Here in the Northeast US, Pi Day was wretched, bringing 10-30 inches of snow, layered with three inches of sleet. As I write this there is a 3-foot tall, nearly concrete, pile of ice at the end of
With all of the buzz around 'telling better stories' as a means of making educational interventions more memorable - a noble pursuit for sure - there doesn't seems to be a lot of agreement on what this really means. As a result there appears to be little progress being made
One of my favorite parts of the Spring is the various meetings and symposia I am invited to - whether face-to-face or virtual - the opportunity to learn from and share with various learning professionals is perhaps my favorite part of being a Chief Learning Officer.
Over the next month or
In 2010, after years of hearing that "[it takes on average]...17 years from research to practice..." I spent some time to dig into the facts…and I came away both impressed (by the underlying science) and concerned (by the barriers we face). The following is what I shared with my colleagues at Pfizer
Of all the things we learned in 2016, one lesson should forever change the way education is designed and delivered: Learning is a Behavior.
For as long as educators have been designing education for healthcare professionals (really all adult learners), the idea has been that if the content is effectively aligned with
Looking back at nearly a decade of training as an academic research scientist, I have come to hold one truth above all else: the most important lesson a scientist learns is how to approach one’s curiosity in a structured way – asking questions and challenging common understanding is essential to
I was thrilled this morning to listen to the latest NPR TED Radio Hour podcast entitled "What Is A Nudge?"
As a bit of background, I came across Rich Thaler's book, "Nudge" more than 5 years ago and it was likely the most important book I have ever read. Not only
Background from the organizers of the Learning, Technology, and Design Conference held May 18-19, 2016
Flipped education has generated significant buzz in recent years. And rightly so—educational planners can tap new value by designing blended, connected, and agile learning experiences. Drawing on data from three years of flipped workshops for audiences
The Alliance Industry Summit (AIS) Educational Planning Committee of the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEhp) recognized the Strategies for Success as a PCMH program as 2016 Best in Class for Educational Outcomes. The award was accepted Monday, May 9th in Philadelphia along with our Partners from
Over the past three years tens of thousands of clinician learners have participated in hundreds of ArcheMedX-powered Activities developed by the educational community. Analyzing the data generated across these diverse online educational interventions has revealed key insights into how the Learning Actions Model and award-winning ArcheViewer eLearning platform can be