Tag : comparative effectiveness

ArcheMedX Comparative Research on eLearning to be Recognized at CBI’s Independent Medical Education & Grants Breakthrough Summit

A comparative study that found that learners participating in ArcheMedX-powered online education had nearly four times greater changes in knowledge and competence will be recognized as an example of how research is transforming the way continuing education should be designed and delivered CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (PRWEB) OCTOBER 07, 2015 A recent comparative research
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Comparative Effectiveness of eLearning

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
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ABSTRACT: Oncology training programs: are we doing comparative effectiveness research justice?

Comparative effectiveness research (CER) is defined as an assessment of all available options for a specific medical condition, with intent to estimate effectiveness in specific subpopulations. Medical professionals must receive training in CER, including its general goals, the 'toolbox' necessary to perform CER and its design. Oncologic training programs are

ABSTRACT: Cutting-edge technology for public health workforce training in comparative effectiveness research

A critical mass of public health practitioners with expertise in analytic techniques and best practices in comparative effectiveness research is needed to fuel informed decisions and improve the quality of health care. The purpose of this case study is to describe the development and formative evaluation of a technology-enhanced comparative