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SACME Virtual Journal Club December 2019

  • 12 Dec 2019
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Teleconference/Webinar


  • Live session and a copy of the session recording (to be emailed out after the event).
  • Access to Live Session Only

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Achieving Practice Change through Outcomes Based CPD
December 12, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT

David Davis, MD, FSACME
Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

David Wiljer, PhD,
University Health Network,
University of Toronto
Ontario, Canada

Helena Filipe, MD, MSc, FSACME
University of Lisbon
Lisbon, Portugal

Mila Kostic, CHCP, FACEHP
Pennsylvania, United States

Betsy White Williams PhD, MPH
University of Kansas School of Medicine, and
Professional Renewal Center ®
Kansas, United States

Sanjeev Sockingalingham, MD, MHPE, FRCPC, FACLP
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health,
University of Toronto
Ontario, Canada

Mary Turco, EdD, FSACME
Dartmouth-Hitchcock and Geisel School of Medicine
New Hampshire, United States

Facilitator: Mila Kostic, CHCP, FACEHP

About: Continuing professional development is critical to sustained life-long-learning and the delivery of effective and high quality care based on the best available evidence. Traditional methods of continuing professional development have not often resulted in lasting practice change. This has resulted in a renewed call for outcomes-focused continuing professional education.

This session is based on the proceedings from the SACME CPD symposium delivered at the 2019 AMEE annual meeting in Vienna, Austria that aimed to highlight key principles and theories that inform scholarly, effective CME/CPD contemporary programs. With an overall focus on outcomes in CPD, we will engage in a facilitated rapid-fire short panel discussion with examples from international experts in the field.

This session will include the role of theory in driving practice change, as well as specific examples in important practical areas, such as:

  • Partnering with Patients for Better Outcomes
  • Developing Metacognitive Skills
  • Communicating for Better Outcomes
  • Assessing Beyond Knowledge
  • Collaborating, Coaching and COP
  • Building Capacity for System Change

Participants will have the opportunity to discuss examples from their practice and to think about how they might start a process of incorporating these principles into their CME/CPD programming.

Suggested reading: William Rayburn, W., Davis, D., and Turco, M. editor(s). Continuing Professional Development in Medicine and Healthcare. Philadelphia (United States): Wolters Kluwer; 2018

An extensive reference list will be made available to all registrants.

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