Further Reading

This page has additional materials as discussed during the meeting. 

Plenary 1

We could not connect with Katie Lucero, however she has created a video response to the question posed to her by Don Moore and Robin Stevenson. 

"Your manuscript identified important omissions in the outcomes pyramid, namely the importance confidence and self-efficacy at the learning and competence levels.  What could be done during an educational intervention that would facilitate the development of learner confidence leading to feelings of self-efficacy?”

This page has additional materials as discussed during the meeting. 

Plenary 1

We could not connect with Katie Lucero, however she has created a video response to the question posed to her by Don Moore and Robin Stevenson. 

"Your manuscript identified important omissions in the outcomes pyramid, namely the importance confidence and self-efficacy at the learning and competence levels.  What could be done during an educational intervention that would facilitate the development of learner confidence leading to feelings of self-efficacy?”

You can access all 12 papers from the JECME home page here:  jecme.org

End of day Q&A

Here are the links to the resources, papers and other sites that were discussed.

 

Organisations that are working towards International standards (also see Plenary 4)

International Academy for CPD Accreditation 

View of IACPDA regarding industry funding

Consensus Statement for Independence and Funding of Continuing Medical Education (CME)/ Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Sources for status of CME/CPD across Europe

EU CPD Mapping Report: On CME/CPD systems for health professions across the European Union (2013 report)

Outcomes Standardization Project (OSP)

Outcomes Standardization Project 

 

Schwartz Rounds

Schwartz Center in the US; Schwartz Rounds in the UK

At the request of Ron Murray, Eugene Pozniak’s original article from 13 years ago about the state of CME in Europe that led to the creation of the European CME Forum a year later. What is still true today, and how far have we moved in 13 years? 

The Changing Face of CME in Europe (2007)