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Learner Engagement is a Key to Educational Effectiveness

Over the past three years tens of thousands of clinician learners have participated in hundreds of ArcheMedX-powered Activities developed by the educational community. Analyzing the data generated across these diverse online educational interventions has revealed key insights into how the Learning Actions Model and award-winning ArcheViewer eLearning platform can be
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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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Innovative Comparative Research in Continuing Education Demonstrates Nearly Four-Times Greater Changes in Knowledge and Competence

AcademicCME and ArcheMedX, in collaboration with the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM), completed a head-to-head trial finding that clinician learners participating in education powered by the ArcheViewer had greater improvement in learning and competency than those participating in traditional online learning. CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 02, 2015 ArcheMedX announced today, in collaboration
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eLearning Head-to-Head Trial Results

  This comparative analysis revealed that clinician learners who participated in the ArcheViewer-powered education demonstrated changes in knowledge and competence that were nearly FOUR-times greater than that of the control group who participated in a traditional online series utilizing the same primary video content.                    

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: The Ethics of Conducting Graduate Medical Education Research on Residents.

Abstract The field of graduate medical education (GME) research is attracting increased attention and broader participation. The authors review the special ethical and methodological considerations pertaining to medical education research. Because residents are at once a convenient and captive study population, a risk of coercion exists, making the provision of consent

MANUSCRIPT: Evidence-based medicine at the intersection of research interests between academic health sciences librarians and medical educators: a review of the literature

Objectives: In 2008, the Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries established an Education Research Task Force (ERTF) to plan research addressing research priorities outlined in key Association of American Medical Colleges reports. ERTF members conducted a literature review to describe the state of collaborative research at the intersection of medical education