What CME Needs: A Healthcare Learners Bill of Rights

The state of the art when it comes to continuing professional development activities for healthcare professionals once was a room full of learners sitting silently while a lecturer read from slides from a stage. But just as the U.S. Constitution needed amending as the young country developed, resulting in the U.S. Bill of Rights, so does the contract between healthcare learner and CPD provider need to adapt to the ever-shifting U.S. healthcare system. In a recent MeetingsNet webinar, Jeff Hurt, Velvet Chainsaw Consulting’s executive vice president of education and engagement, outlined the six trends that are driving change in healthcare today, explained how continuing healthcare professional development must shift as well to meet the needs of today’s HCPs, and provided some techniques you can use to align your educational activities…

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