There may not be an area of behavioral science that I am more in enthralled by than "nudges" and "choice architecture" so I couldn't be happier to share my passion with you!
In brief, these concepts address how humans are unrelentingly irrational. As a result, our choices are often neither rational
We are thrilled to announce the results of a head-to-head
trial, conducted in partnership with Postgraduate
Institute for Medicine (PIM) and AcademicCME, that measured changes in knowledge and competence. Designed in conjunction with a recently launched educational series for healthcare professionals managing patients with dyslipidemia, the results demonstrate that clinician learners participating
The following editorial was recently published at J Contin Educ Nurs. 2015 Jul;46(7):292-4. Please contact me directly if you are interested in obtaining a pdf of the article.
The Rise and Stall of eLearning: Best Practices for Technology-Supported Education
“eLearning” is a commonly used term in education today, but what does it mean? This
Over the weekend I came across an interesting article in the latest Alliance Almanac, "Defining Participants and Learners in CME: Standardizing Language for Online Activity Reporting." Access to this article is limited to Alliance members, but in a nutshell, here is the take-away:
Showing the overall number of people who engaged in our
online CME activities,
This presentation was conducted on April 8th 2015 as part of the Spring 2015 CMEPalooza. To access the other 8th session that took place that day, please visit the CMEpalooza spring webpage.
In the formative days of continuing education (CE), when “producing” content was a specialized competency, educational planners had