CME providers need to look at how they select, train, use, and evaluate faculty to ensure what they’re providing is in fact education.
A recent Twitter #CMEChat session led by @CMEAdvocate (you may know him as Medical Meetings’ social media columnist Brian McGowan, PhD) really got me thinking about how we select, train, use, and evaluate faculty. It also got me thinking about the faculty that we all encounter as part of our own continuing professional development as CME providers. I recently created the #goodeducator hashtag on Twitter to further explore the topic. For example, I tweeted that a #goodeducator: • knows how ...
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