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