Innovative Formats: Keeping the Patient in Mind
Lichti: How did you decide on the optimal educational design, based on the gaps and needs uncovered? Holsey: As we were educating practicing clinicians, we knew it was important to incorporate a variety of learning formats into the activity that addressed both clinical knowledge and translation to the patient. Participants engaged in clinical discussions and case vignettes with faculty from NJH and the NMA, as well as patient education talks and hands-on spirometry training by a respiratory ...
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