Learning and Behavioral Change
Pfizer IGLC is focused on accelerating the translation of clinical science to quality patient care. This mission is carried out through partnerships with the global healthcare community to improve patient outcomesin areas of mutual interest through support of measurable learning and change strategies.
The publications below are provided as evidence of the intersection of education and behavior change and the relevant impact on advancing quality healthcare.
American Hospital Association report on the value of CME, accessible here: http://www.ahaphysicianforum.org/news/enews/2014/091814.html#01
Ten tips for incorporating scientific quality improvement into everyday work: http://qualitysafety.bmj.com.proxy1.athensams.net/content/20/Suppl_1/i69.full.pdf+html
Global health, Global learning: http://www.bmj.com.proxy1.athensams.net/content/316/7128/385
Achieving Desired Results and Improving Outcomes: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com.proxy1.athensams.net/doi/10.1002/chp.20001/abstract;
Knowledge, competence, performance, and patient outcomes: http://www.accme.org/ask-accme/whats-difference-between-knowledge-competence-performance-and-patient-outcomes
Medical Education Online, What are the implications of implementation science for medical education: http://med-ed-online.net/index.php/meo/article/view/27003/pdf_23
Training Resources and References for CME Professional Staff and Faculty
AAFP: Tools for CME developers from the American Academy of Family Physicians
ACCME: Multimedia educational resources provided by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education
ACEhp: Educational offerings from the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions
AMA: AMA Physician's Recognition Award Booklet 2010 Revision
CCHCP: Website for the Commission for Certification for Healthcare CPD Professionals
CMEpalooza: Archive of educational webinars for CME/CE professionals
IHI:The Institute for Healthcare Improvement's Knowledge Center resources
JCEHP: The Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions is the journal of the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions, The Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education & The Council on CME, and the Association for Hospital Medical Education.
NFEI: National Faculty Education Initiative developed by the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions and the Society for Academic CME
PhRMA: The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America's Code on Interactions with Healthcare Professionals
SACME: List of CME resources from the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education
Useful Publications Related to the Effectiveness and Value of Medical Education
Continuing Education in the Health Professions: Improving Healthcare through Lifelong Learning Proceedings of the Conference Chaired by Suzanne W. Fletcher, M.D., M.Sc. Published by the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 2008
Continuing Medical Education: AMEE Education Guide No 35 Nancy Davis, David Davis, Ralph Block January 1, 2008
Moore, D.E. et. al Achieving desired results and improved outcomes: Integrating planning and assessment throughout learning activities, J Contin Educ Health Prof 2009; 29(1): 1-15>
Cervero M, Gaines J. Effectiveness of Continuing Medical Education: Updated Synthesis of Systematic Reviews. Commissioned and funded by the ACCME. November 4, 2014.
Cervero M, Gaines J. Is There a Relationship between Commericial Support and Bias in Continuing Medical Education Activities? An Updated Literature Review. Commissioned and funded by the ACCME. April, 2014.
Davis NL, et al. Improving the value of CME: impact of an evidence-based CME credit designation on facutly and learners. Fam Med. 2009 Nov-Dec:41(10)735-40.
Dietze D. et al. Why We Matter: Successful Strategies for Demonstrating the Value of CE within Your Own Organizations. Presented by the ACEhp Advocacy Committee. April 8, 2015.
Combes J.R. and Arespacochaga E. Continuing Medical Education as a Strategic Resource. American Hospital Association's Physician Leadership Forum. Chicago, IL. Septebmer 2014.
Other Useful Resources and Guidelines
ACCME Standards for Commercial Support
AMA's Code of Medical Ethics