The Art and Science of CPD (Continued): Brief Virtual Presentations Brought to Life
Post COVID ImplicationsTuesday, September 21, 2021, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT
Revisit the best of SACME's 2021 Virtual Meeting poster presentations up close and personal in a 60-minute virtual session on Best Practices centered on the theme, "Post COVID Implications." Four highly-rated posters will be presented. Authors will answer audience questions and participate in a facilitated discussion.
This event is free to SACME members and to registrants of the February, 2021 SACME Annual Meeting. Non-Members Fee: $20.00.
Laura Werts, MS, MEd, CMP
“Keeping Up with COVID: a Grand Rounds Story”
Shawna Novak, MD, MA
“Zooming towards Responsive Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic: The International Telehealth Dermatology Grand Rounds”
Chittur Sivaram, MD
“Evolution of the University of Oklahoma Cardiovascular Grand Rounds during the Pandemic Using the Rapid Design Thinking Model”
Marci Fjelstad, MPH, MBA, CHCP
"What Happened to Courses during COVID?"
Joyce Fried, FSACME and Asha Maharaj
CPD and Complexity: Learning in healthcare systemsThursday, September 30, 2021, 3:00 - 4:00 PM CT
Health professionals live and work in the healthcare system, and this system is magnificently complex. This means that outcomes of the system are driven by those within the system or engaging with the system, as well the relationships and interactions experienced within and external to the system. Concepts of systems and complexity matter to CPD. Health and education are complex, and CPD is the coupling of health and education systems. While at times we view issues within health and education as singular, solvable, or predictable:
(Identified need + educational intervention = need met/problem solved),
perhaps we need to consider a nonlinear aspect to CPD as well. The description above works well when CPD is based on acquiring known best practices; however, perhaps the health care system needs CPD to grapple with uncertainty and support the development of next practices for health professionals as well.
Questions for discussion:
Helen Mawdsley, EdD
Director of Research, Office of Continuing Competency and Assessment
Assistant Professor, Max Rady College of Medicine, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba
Mila Kostic, CHCP, FACEHP
Strategic Advisor, Center for Continuing Medical Education
Stanford University School of Medicine
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