Answer: ArcheMedX-powered education has consistently and repeatedly allowed our Educational Partners (AcademicCME, Elsevier, ACEhp and others) to achieve the learning outcomes that they planned to achieve – and, in the process, they are learning far more about their content and learners.
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ArcheMedX-powered education and the Learning Actions Model
Over the past 18 months our team has been exploring innovations in medical education with a keen eye directed to the emergence of flipped classrooms. This has allowed me to collate, filter, and identify what I think might be the top 12 resources one might need to begin to grasp
I have spoken a lot about personal learning networks over the years, in fact I wax poetic about them in my book, #socialQI: Simple Solutions for Improving Your Healthcare. More recently as part of an EdTech session that I am participating in early next year I was asked to put
Fact or Fiction: Educational technology or "EdTech" is now essential.
According to a recent survey by Harris Interactive it sure looks like a fact when 90% of surveyed educators state it's "important" or "absolutely essential" to use products (such as apps, computer games, websites, digital planning tools, or digitally delivered curricula) designed to help students or
Back in the ol' days when producing content was a specialized competency, educational planners had little choice but to develop content, package it into slides, or a monograph, or a video and then sit back and hope it had the impact that was intended. Certainly in live meetings, or in
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I have accepted an invitation by the team over at DLC Solutions to participate in an interview/webinar later this month. The goal of the webinar is to explore the various research questions I have been pursuing over the past 2 years and to specifically share some of the
We are thrilled to announce that in coordination with our partners (Prova Education, ReachMD, AcademicCME, and Elsevier), we have launched the first eight lessons powered by the ArcheViewer! These practical case-based and video-based lessons have been uniquely designed to meet the educational and learning action needs of neurologists, cardiologists, hepatologists, endocrinologists, gastro-enterologists, hospitalists, and family physicians. In
I was thrilled to recently hear from colleague and friend Neil Mehta, MBBS, MS from Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine that he was about to publish a "Perspective" piece in the journal Academic Medicine.
I have known Neil for some time and have had the pleasure of collaborating with him as a faculty
Survey Reveals Significant Clinician Demand For Online CME And Virtual Courses (View Press Release)
Data collected by Elsevier’s Office of Continuing Medical Education (EOCME), AcademicCME and ArcheMedX in the summer of 2013 demonstrates that 97% of clinicians (N=801) are planning to either increase or maintain their participation in online continuing education programs during
If there is one constant challenge in the way we innovate, evolve, and assess continuing medical education, it might be the simple reality that these efforts take resources. In response, medical educators often spend upwards of half of their time trying to find the resources that will allow them to