The US military now uses more solar power and renewable energy. This supports broader sustainability objectives. It also gives tactical benefits. The military is switching to…
Tips for the New CME Presenter In the third video of our six-part series, host Karen Kaminskas explains the process of developing intended outcomes, objectives, and formats for CME. Each Foresight Chat is a short shot of training that’s just right for your busy schedule. https://vimeo.com/567472894
Tips for the New CME Presenter In the second of our six-part series, host Karen Kaminskas explains how to identify learner practice gaps and educational needs. Each Foresight Chat is a short shot of training that’s just right for your busy schedule.
Tips for the New CME Presenter Faculty and presenters you engage for your accredited activities are commonly new to the rules of accredited CME. Non-accredited sessions can be about any topics the planners or presenters wish to talk about- and can even be promotional. But not so in CME, which has to stay within the […]
This online enduring course provides learners an insight into common endocrinopathy, such as diabetes mellitus, that can significantly impact the perioperative evaluation and management of patients presenting for a wide spectrum of surgical needs. This content covers the risk potential for serious perioperative compromise if the multiple consequences of an endocrinopathy are underappreciated.
This is an online enduring course that offers insight into the mechanisms by which both healthcare facilities and healthcare providers deal with preventable patient injury. Learners will explore
Continuing Medical Education Practical Applications in CME/CPD Program Administration This is an online enduring course which offers interactive, case-based knowledge, skill and strategy building exercises and lessons, helping you and your team improve your CME/CPD Program compliance. This course provides guidance for five (5) key differences in content planning, development, and delivery for accredited CME […]
New presenters enter with many expectations and reservations about what to expect. As many have only worked in the non-CME accredited world, the rules around your CME requirements might seem foreign. Softening the blow of what’s expected can make your life and theirs much easier. In this first of six (6) segments of this article, […]