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ABSTRACT: Introducing Twitter as an assessed component of the undergraduate nursing curriculum: case study

AIMS: To ask: (i) is it feasible to include Twitter as an assessed element of the first-year nursing curriculum; (ii) how should it be introduced and assessed; and (iii) do students think it worthwhile and learn anything from its use? BACKGROUND: Nursing students need to use social media professionally, avoiding pitfalls but using

ABSTRACT: Project ECHO: A new model for educating primary care providers about treatment of substance use disorders.

BACKGROUND:Project ECHO trains and mentors primary care providers (PCPs) in the care of patients with complex conditions. ECHO is a distance education model that connects specialists with numerous PCPs via simultaneous video link for the purpose of facilitating case-based learning. We describe a teleECHO clinic based at the University of

ArcheMedX Wins the 2015 Outstanding Innovation in CPD for the CE/CPD Professional by the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions

Charlottesville, VA — JANUARY 15, 2015 — Today, during the 2015 Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions Annual Conference, ArcheMedX will receive the 2015 Outstanding Innovation in CPD for the CE/CPD Professional award. This award is in recognition of the innovative design and impact of the “Flipping the
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