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14ECF highlights - 3-legged stool reflection

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Looking ahead in 2022
Today’s episode features news and upcoming plans for the European CME Forum, JECME and gCMEp, with Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum). Tune in to learn more about what’s in store over the coming months. On today’s episode you will hear about: European CME Forum  #14ECF #15ECF Journal of European CME (JECME)  JECME Special Collection 2021 JECME Special Collection 2022 (website page to come in February) Good CME Practice group (gCMEp) 27 January webinar  gCMEp webinar recordings (also available on this podcast nos. 11, 13, 21 & 27) Dirk Helbing webinar 25 January -- email: contact@e-cs-f.org to register (mention this podcast) The new European CME Forum website will launch later this month -- it will still be at CMEforum.org. Registered participants of 14ECF will have exclusive access to recordings from the meeting sessions.
12:13
January 12, 2022
14ECF highlights - 3-legged stool reflection
Today’s episode features highlights from the 3-legged stool plenary sessions from the 14th Annual European CME Forum, held virtually 3-5 November 2021. This episode features a selection of education experts from around the world discussing their views and perceptions of Rules and Regulations, Educational Design and Outcomes, and Funding and Independence, with a final review of the three-legged stool with the session moderators. Tune in to learn more about “The 3-legged stool: Achieving balance for effective CME”. If you attended the meeting, please also complete the brief post-meeting survey (see the recent email for the link) and let us know your thoughts. On today’s episode you will hear about: Various stakeholder perspectives on rules and regulations Whether industry is learning anything about providers Overcoming the challenges of abiding by the rules and regulations EFPIA quality standards “Article 16” Provider vs. Event-based accreditation Industry and provider perspectives on Moore’s Levels and education A HCP and educationalist’s perspective on the current state of education Informal workplace CME The French CME-CPD system and its applicability to other education systems Provider and accreditor thoughts on industry financial support for activities Securing multiple supporters for funding activities “Substance over sparkle” Reflection on the three-legged stool Looking ahead We have already started updating the webpage, you can find the posters and we will continue to add presentations, videos with reports and outputs from the meeting over the coming weeks. Registered participants will also have exclusive access to recordings from the meeting sessions, which will be made live in January 2022.
01:02:35
December 15, 2021
What does independent mean in Independent Medical Education (IME)?
In this episode with the Good CME Practice group (gCMEp), Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum; Siyemi Learning) speaks with group members Diana van Brakel (Kenes Group) and Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation). The gCMEp is a membership organisation for CME providers based in Europe that aims to promote professionalism within the European CME provider community. More information on the gCMEp can be found on the journal website: gCMEp.org. Tune in to learn more about what independent means in Independent Medical Education (IME). On today’s episode you will hear about: The guests understanding of the term IME How to determine if education is IME by the way the funding has arrived Using funding when the funder expects something in return Transparency Independence from funder control of content Which aspects of the education funders are allowed to be involved with Whether supporting companies can promote the CME activity Whether accreditation validates an activity as independent Physicians paying for their education Whether product-related education can be independent Links to resources and organisations mentioned in this episode Standards for Substantive Equivalency between Continuing Professional Development/Continuing Medical Education (CPD/CME) Accreditation Systems International Academy for CPD Accreditation (see Domain 2) Framework for industry engagement and quality principles for industry-provided medical education in Europe (see section on funding especially B and D) EFPIA Code of Practice (see Article 16) Regulating for Bias in Medical Education – Reaction to the Pharmaceutical Industry Updated EFPIA Code of Practice (a response highlighting potential concerns co-authored by the gCMEp group)
28:51
December 02, 2021
14ECF Round-up with Ron Murray
In today’s episode, Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) is joined by Ron Murray (independent CME-CPD consultant) to discuss the recent 14th Annual European CME Forum, held virtually 3-5 November 2021. Ron Murray moderated a plenary session on ‘Funding and Independence’ and he will be preparing the 14ECF meeting report for publication in JECME. The theme for 14ECF was “The 3-legged stool: Achieving balance for effective CME”. Tune in to learn more about the interactive “studio hybrid” CME Forum. If you attended the meeting, please also complete the brief post-meeting survey (see last email for link) and let us know your thoughts. As you will have seen, your feedback is really important in our future planning. On today’s episode you will hear about: The 14ECF set-up Ron’s thoughts on the meeting as an on-site delegate and faculty member  The ‘studio hybrid’ meeting format The three-legged stool sessions International engagement with the CME Forum Adapting the traditional conference poster session The workshops and reflection sessions The concept of collaboration in CME-CPD Industry’s role in medical education The JECME 2021 Special Collection The upcoming 14ECF report  We have already started updating the webpage, you can find the posters and we will continue to add presentations, videos with reports and outputs from the meeting over the coming weeks. Registered participants will also have exclusive access to recordings from the meeting sessions, which will be made live in December.
41:41
December 01, 2021
14ECF - Industry and medical education, with Dean Jenkins
This episode features the leader of both a Plenary session and a Day 0 pre-meeting session which will be taking place at the 14th Annual European CME Forum, held virtually 3-5 November 2021. On today’s episode Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) is joined by Dean Jenkins (UCB) who will be leading the plenary session titled “Educational Design & Outcomes” and the Day 0 session hosted by the International Pharmaceutical Alliance for CME (iPACME). The theme for the meeting this year is “The 3-legged stool: Achieving balance for effective CME”. Effective CME-CPD requires a stable relationship between three key factors, just as a three-legged stool requires all three legs to remain balanced. In this year’s meeting we will examine the spectrum of control and influence in each “leg”. Tune in to learn more about the type of content you can expect from the 14th Annual European CME Forum.  On today’s episode you will hear about: Dean’s medical career and interest in CME-CPD The EFPIA Working Group iPACME’s Day 0 session at 14ECF iPACME workshops at 14ECF European CME Forum Annual Survey The 3-legged stool and CME Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops.  Links: Current medical engagement/educational activities in Europe – quality standards can be implemented for independent, collaborative and industry activities. Presentation given by Frank Skopowski, Dale Kummerle, Veronique Moy,  Marie-Claire Pickaert, Eva Thalmann at the 9th Annual European CME Forum (2016) [Download presentation] Allen T, et al (2017) Framework for industry engagement and quality principles for industry-provided medical education in Europe. JECME, 6:1 (DOI: 10.1080/21614083.2017.1348876) McMahon GT (2017) Independence from industry cannot be compromised, JECME, 6:1 (DOI: 10.1080/21614083.2017.1393296) Griebenow R (2017) Industry - from sponsor to provider? JECME, 6:1 (DOI: 10.1080/21614083.2017.1395672) Rodzinka M, et al (2019) Regulating for bias in medical education – Reaction to the pharmaceutical industry updated EFPIA Code of Practice. JECME, 8:1 (DOI: 10.1080/21614083.2019.1685771) Global Alliance for Medical Education (GAME) gamecme.org
19:54
October 28, 2021
14ECF Workshop - Independent Medical Education - One standard for all? with Dean Beals
This is the second of several podcast episodes featuring a workshop leader discussing their session for the 14th Annual European CME Forum, held virtually 3-5 November 2021. In this episode Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) is joined by Dean Beals (DKBmed) to discuss his upcoming workshop: Independent Medical Education - One Standard for All? The theme for the meeting this year is “The 3-legged stool: Achieving balance for effective CME”. Effective CME-CPD requires a stable relationship between three key factors, just as a three-legged stool requires all three legs to remain balanced. In this year’s meeting we will examine the spectrum of control and influence in each “leg”. Tune in to learn more about the type of workshops that will be presented at the 14th Annual European CME Forum. On today’s episode you will hear about: Dean’s longstanding career and interest in CME-CPD How the medical education community has risen to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic Why Dean was interested in presenting a workshop at 14ECF Background to the workshop Dean’s co-presenters for the workshop How Dean plans to engages delegates and what he is hoping to get from them during his session What Dean hopes delegates will take from his experiences and implement in their own practice after attending the workshop Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops.
18:58
October 21, 2021
14ECF - The Third leg, with Ron Murray
This is the third of four podcast episodes featuring the moderator of a plenary session taking place at the 14th Annual European CME Forum, held virtually 3-5 November 2021. On today’s episode Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) is joined by Ron Murray (independent CME-CPD consultant) who will be moderating the plenary session titled “Funding and Independence”. The theme for the meeting this year is “The 3-legged stool: Achieving balance for effective CME”. Effective CME-CPD requires a stable relationship between three key factors, just as a three-legged stool requires all three legs to remain balanced. In this year’s meeting we will examine the spectrum of control and influence in each “leg”. “Funding and Independence” is the third leg in our model of the three-legged stool for achieving balance for effective CME. Tune in to learn more about the type of content you can expect from the 14th Annual European CME Forum. On today’s episode you will hear about: Ron’s role in moderating the Third Leg plenary session at 14ECF Funding of education 2021 Annual Survey The criteria used to assess a good grant request or proposal Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops.
16:33
October 20, 2021
14ECF - The Second Leg, with Robin Stevenson
This is the second of four podcast episodes featuring the moderator of a Plenary session taking place at the 14th Annual European CME Forum, held virtually 3-5 November 2021. On today’s episode Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) is joined by Robin Stevenson (JECME) who will be moderating the plenary session titled “Educational Design & Outcomes”. The theme for the meeting this year is “The 3-legged stool: Achieving balance for effective CME”. Effective CME-CPD requires a stable relationship between three key factors, just as a three-legged stool requires all three legs to remain balanced. In this year’s meeting we will examine the spectrum of control and influence in each “leg”. “Educational Design & Outcomes” is the second leg in our model of the three-legged stool for achieving balance for effective CME. Tune in to learn more about the type of content you can expect from the 14th Annual European CME Forum. On today’s episode you will hear about: Robin’s medical career and interest in CME-CPD The JECME journal and the Special Collections Differences in how the the US and Europe engage in academic CME-CPD Groups in Europe who should be devoting more time to publishing CME research The professional practice gap (PPG) The cost of identifying practice gaps Types of gaps What Robin is hoping to highlight during his session at 14ECF Types of providers Accreditation Informal workplace CME Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops.
52:13
October 13, 2021
14ECF Workshop - International collaboration in online Continuing Medical Education across the Americas, with Alvaro Margolis
This is the first of several podcast episodes featuring a workshop leader discussing their session for the 14th Annual European CME Forum, held virtually 3-5 November 2021. In this episode Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) is joined by Alvaro Margolis (EviMed) to discuss his upcoming workshop: International collaboration in online Continuing Medical Education across the Americas. The theme for the meeting this year is “The 3-legged stool: Achieving balance for effective CME”. Effective CME-CPD requires a stable relationship between three key factors, just as a three-legged stool requires all three legs to remain balanced. In this year’s meeting we will examine the spectrum of control and influence in each “leg”. Tune in to learn more about the type of workshops that will be presented at the 14th Annual European CME Forum. On today’s episode you will hear about: Alvaro Margolis’s career and interest in CME-CPD Why Alvaro was interested in presenting a workshop at 14ECF Background to the workshop Challenges of developing education in several languages Why Alvaro’s project will form the basis of a valuable workshop at 14ECF The response and feedback Alvaro expects to get from meeting delegates Questions Alvaro has for the 14ECF delegates What Alvaro hopes delegates will take from his experiences and implement in their own practice after attending the workshop Disparities in healthcare practices between different countries and healthcare systems Importance of cultural sensitivity when developing educational programmes and collaborations Value of CME credits in different countries Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops.
32:07
October 07, 2021
14ECF - The First Leg, with Lawrence Sherman
This is the first of four podcast episodes featuring the moderator of a Plenary session taking place at the 14th Annual European CME Forum, held virtually 3-5 November 2021. On today’s episode Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) is joined by Lawrence Sherman (Meducate Global and AMEE) who will be moderating the plenary session that we have titled: “Rules & Regulations”. The theme for the meeting this year is “The 3-legged stool: Achieving balance for effective CME”. Effective CME-CPD requires a stable relationship between three key factors, just as a three-legged stool requires all three legs to remain balanced. In this year’s meeting we will examine the spectrum of control and influence in each “leg”. “Rules & Regulations” is the first leg in our model of the three-legged stool for achieving balance for effective CME. Tune in to learn more about the type of content you can expect from the 14th Annual European CME Forum. On today’s episode you will hear about: How the CME environment has changed over the past 14 years of the European CME Forum An overview of Lawrence Sherman’s longstanding career in medical education Differences in medical education systems worldwide and how this impacts how learners view and engage with CME-CPD Why context and not just content matters Preparing students to be lifelong learners Embracing heterogeneity and not assuming homogeneity Value of CME credits to learners The master adaptive learner What should be discussed at 14ECF The Unsession at 14ECF Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops.
42:20
October 06, 2021
Reflection - Why do we do what we do?
In today’s episode, Lawrence Sherman (AMEE; Meducate Global), Kathy Chappell (ANCC), Trevor Gibbs (AMEE) and Mark Westwood (Barts Health) present highlights from a Plenary Session held at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about why do we do what we do. On today’s episode you will hear about: Evaluating the wider effects of online learning Progressing CME to CPD The master adaptive learner Life long learning The move from competency to capabilities/entrusted activities Team-based competencies If you would like to watch this Plenary Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
10:56
September 29, 2021
The CME accreditation landscape in Europe
In this episode with the Good CME Practice group (gCMEp), Froukje Sosef (COR2ED) speaks with group members Margarita Velcheva (Kenes) and Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum and Siyemi Learning). The gCMEp is a membership organisation for CME providers based in Europe that aims to promote professionalism within the European CME provider community. More information on the gCMEp can be found on the journal website: gCMEp.org. Tune in to learn more about the CME accreditation landscape in Europe. On today’s episode you will hear about: An overview of the CME accreditation landscape in Europe Recognition of CME credits across borders Why accredit an education programme? Requirements for accreditation Differences in accreditation of online versus face-to-face educational activities What happened to the efforts of the US ACCME to “penetrate the European market”? Whether CME credits are necessary across all of Europe How the CME accreditation landscape is changing with the move towards hybrid meetings Accrediting education that is less than 1 hour long Timelines for accreditation of E-Learning Integration of European accreditation systems Key takeaways on CME accreditation in Europe Organisations and documents mentioned in this episode: Accreditation Council for CME (ACCME) accme.org European Accreditation Council for CME (UEMS-EACCME) - eaccme.uems.eu European Board for Accreditation of Continuing Education for Health Professionals (EBAC) - ebac-cme.org International Academy of CPD Accreditors “Standards for substantive equivalency between CPD/CME accreditation systems” academy4cpd-accreditation.org 14th Annual European CME Forum (November 2021) CMEforum.org/14ECF Good CME Practice group gCMEp.org
29:12
September 24, 2021
Reflection - CME/CPD outcomes in oncology: A global perspective
In today’s episode, Ann Lichti (Physicians Education Resource) presents highlights from the Breakout Session she led with Janvi Sharma and Phil Talamo (Physicians Education Resource) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about CME/CPD outcomes in oncology. On today’s episode you will hear about: Medical education outcomes in oncology If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
05:18
September 22, 2021
Reflection - Developing a pathway for your professional development
In today’s episode, Steven Kawczak (Cleveland Clinic) presents highlights from the Breakout Session he led with Chitra Subramanian (AO Foundation; ACEhp) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about developing a pathway for your professional development. On today’s episode you will hear about: What it means to be a professional in continuing education in the health professions The diverse set of CPD team members and how competencies differ in different roles Leveraging tools for your professional development Whether there is a difference between European and US providers How much reliance on informal and incidental CPD do CPD professionals have If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
07:59
September 22, 2021
Reflection - Getting an Activity Accredited in Europe
In today’s episode, Mia Neve (Liberum IME) presents highlights from the Breakout Session she led with Camilla De Filippi (Siyemi Learning) and Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about getting an Activity Accredited in Europe. On today’s episode you will hear about: Challenges of accreditation in Europe Common steps across different accreditation bodies Looking towards the future The absence of a minimum set of standards across accreditation bodies If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
02:41
September 15, 2021
Approaching the 14th Annual European CME Forum
In this episode on the 14th Annual European CME Forum, Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) is joined by Ron Murray, independent CME-CPD consultant and author of the 13th Annual European CME Forum Conference Report that was recently published in JECME. You can now register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021). The theme this year is “The 3-legged stool: Achieving balance for effective CME”. Effective CME-CPD requires a stable relationship between three key factors, just as a three-legged stool requires all three legs to remain balanced. In this year’s meeting we will examine the spectrum of control and influence in each “leg”. Tune in to learn more about the 14th Annual European CME Forum. On today’s episode you will hear about: The 14th Annual Meeting - when and where? The theme for this year’s meeting Who should speak at and who should attend the 14th Annual European CME Forum Why the 14th Annual Meeting is relevant and valuable for people based outside Europe Collaborations with the European CME Forum How the virtual 14th Annual Meeting will compare to the virtual 13th Annual Meeting JECME 2021 Special Collection Call for Abstracts for workshops and posters 2021 Annual Survey Registration cost and Early Bird discount How to keep up-to-date with the 14th Annual European CME Forum Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Links European CME Forum European CME Forum website 14th Annual European CME Forum Annual Survey Youtube channe LinkedIn page European CME Forum on Twitter (@eCMEf) 13th Annual European CME Forum Conference Report Journal of European CME (JECME) JECME entry page JECME 2021 Special Collection Good CME Practice group (gCMEp) gCMEp website
40:01
September 09, 2021
Reflection - What does industry expect in good IME?
In today’s episode, Elizabeth Kelly (Eli Lilly) presents highlights from the Breakout Session she led with Pamela Mason (AstraZeneca) and Patricia Jassak (Astellas) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about what industry expects in good IME. On today’s episode you will hear about: Use of different formats in IME and the changing needs of learners Use of technology and social media How to enhance interactivity Personalisation of education for learners Diversity and inclusion in education Including the patient voice in IME How IME is responding to the impact of COVID-19 If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
08:52
September 08, 2021
13th Annual European CME Forum: looking back, looking forward
In this episode on the 13th Annual European CME Forum, Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) is joined by Ron Murray, independent CME-CPD consultant and author of the 13th Annual European CME Forum Conference Report that was recently published in JECME. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. JECME is the PubMed-indexed, Open Access journal of the European CME Forum, publishing articles that address aspects of CME-CPD planning, design, delivery, assessment and regulation. Tune in to learn more about the 13th Annual European CME Forum. On today’s episode you will hear about: A brief history of European CME Forum The theme of the 13th Annual European CME Forum Benefits and challenges of hosting a virtual meeting versus a live meeting The JECME journal and its link to European CME Forum JECME 2020 Special Collection Main takeaways from the 13th Annual European CME Forum Collaboration and ‘competition’ The Good CME Practice group in Europe Interprofessional education Resources available from previous European CME Forums The CME-CPD environment in 2021 Informal learning 14th Annual European CME Forum You can now register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Links European CME Forum website 13th Annual European CME Forum Meeting Book: CMEsummit.org Ron Murray's 13th Annual European CME Forum Conference Report YouTube channel LinkedIn page  Twitter account 14th Annual European CME Forum (3-5 November 2021) 2021 Annual Survey  Journal of European CME (JECME) Good CME Practice group (gCMEp) Setting CME standards in Europe: guiding principles for medical education (2012)
01:01:37
September 07, 2021
Reflection - Rapid change and adaptivity: the new essential competencies of CME-CPD providers
In today’s episode, Margarita Velcheva (Kenes, and Chair, Good CME Practice group), Pamela Funes (Kenes), Thomas Kleinoeder (KWHC), Mia Neve (Liberum IME), Miriam Uhlmann (AO Foundation) and Sophie Wilson (IMP) present highlights from a Plenary Session held at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about the new essential competencies of CME-CPD providers. On today’s episode you will hear about: Challenges in moving to virtual education events Transforming challenges into positive strategies Creating a supportive and flexible environment If you would like to watch this Plenary Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
11:45
September 01, 2021
Reflection - How to provide a truly interprofessional education for clinicians
In today’s episode, Sam Kynman (European Pain Federation – EFIC) presents highlights from the Breakout Session he led with Bart Morlion (European Pain Federation – EFIC) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about providing a truly interprofessional education for clinicians. On today’s episode you will hear about: Addressing a multidisciplinary field of practice with one educational programme How to cater to different professions in one educational programme without creating silos How to bring professionals with varying competencies into one common learning environment If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
04:27
August 25, 2021
Reflection - Patients as teachers and COI as a side effect: How to do it right?
In today’s episode, Marcin Rodzinka (Mental Health Europe) presents highlights from the Breakout Session he led with Paul Scheffer (FORMINDEP) and Ellie White (Health Action International) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about involving patients as teachers and managing conflict of interest (COI) as a side effect. On today’s episode you will hear about: Importance of involving patient experience as part of education Practical steps to involve patients Managing COI If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
05:23
August 18, 2021
Reflection - Measuring outcomes and publishing in CME
In today’s episode, Don Moore  (Vanderbilt University; Guest Editor JECME 2020 Special Collection) and Robin Stevenson (Editor-in-Chief, JECME) present highlights from a Plenary Session held during last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about measuring outcomes and publishing in CME. On today’s episode you will hear about: CME research The outcomes framework The JECME 2020 Special Collection If you would like to watch this Plenary Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
07:19
August 11, 2021
Reflection - Why is industry involved in medical education and learning?
In today’s episode, Damian Largier (Pfizer) presents highlights from the Breakout Session he led with Alesa Lehmann Ivancic (Merck, Sharp & Dohme) and Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about why industry is involved in medical education and learning. On today’s episode you will hear about: Trust and responsibility The need for strict rules and guidance for industry Patient care If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
05:40
August 11, 2021
Reflection - Process-oriented simulations: A gift to quality and safety
In today’s episode, James Ruiter (Salus Global) presents highlights from the Breakout Session he led at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about why process-oriented simulations are a gift to quality and safety. On today’s episode you will hear about: The difference between knowledge and its application by interprofessional teams Opportunities for quality and safety with process-oriented simulations Work-As-Imagined and Work-As-Done concepts If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
05:33
August 04, 2021
Reflection - Standards for substantive equivalency between CPD/CME accreditation systems
In today’s episode, Hilary Hoey (RCPI), Adrian Jennings (RCP) and Reinhard Griebenow (ECSF) present highlights from a Plenary Session led by Graham McMahon (ACCME) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about standards for substantive equivalency between CPD/CME accreditation systems. On today’s episode you will hear about: Common framework for accreditation bodies International standards and diversity A European perspective Responding to changing needs If you would like to watch this Plenary Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
11:35
July 28, 2021
Developing an accredited educational activity
In this episode with the Good CME Practice group (gCMEp), Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation) speaks with group members Sophie Wilson (International Medical Press) and Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME). The gCMEp is a membership organisation for CME providers based in Europe that aims to promote professionalism within the European CME provider community. More information on the gCMEp can be found on the journal website: gcmep.org. Tune in to learn more about developing an accredited educational activity. On today’s episode you will hear about: What transparency means in CME and to apply it How balance can be incorporated into education How to design appropriate education How to make education effective Challenges in developing IME Possible mechanisms for replicating the gCMEp model in other countries Managing Conflict of Interest declarations Accreditation bodies for non-physician health professionals Links to some organisations mentioned in this episode: Accreditation Council for CME (ACCME) - https://www.accme.org European Board for Accreditation of Continuing Education for Health Professionals (EBAC) - ebac-cme.org European Accreditation Council for CME (UEMS-EACCME) - https://eaccme.uems.eu IACPDA for international standards for CME-CPD accreditation - https://academy4cpd-accreditation.org EFPIA for pharma codes with some guidance on how to fund CME in Europe - https://www.efpia.eu/relationships-code/the-efpia-code/ ROW/International (IFPMA) - https://www.ifpma.org/subtopics/new-ifpma-code-of-practice-2019/
30:11
July 23, 2021
Reflection - The future is now
In today’s episode, Suzanne Murray (AXDEV) presents highlights from the Breakout Session she led with Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME) and Dale Kummerle (GAME) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about why the future is now. On today’s episode you will hear about: The Futurist Forum Learning science Collaborations and support Government involvement in education and lifelong learning If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
08:01
July 21, 2021
From clinician to educator, why?
In this episode with the Good CME Practice group (gCMEp), the group’s Chair Margarita Velcheva (Kenes Group) speaks with group members Froukje Sosef (COR2ED) and Thomas Kleinoeder (KWHC). The gCMEp is a membership organisation for CME providers based in Europe that aims to promote professionalism within the European CME provider community. Tune in to learn more about making the move from clinician to professional educator. On today’s episode you will hear about: Whether Froukje and Thomas would have done anything differently on their journey Advice for clinicians who want to become education providers The benefits and challenges of being a medical doctor and working in professional education organisation How to control the commercial sponsorship influencing the CME content and delivery More information on the gCMEp can be found on the journal website: gCMEp.org.
25:35
July 15, 2021
Reflection - Evolving collaborations between medical societies and industry in the digitalisation of congresses
In today’s episode, Arthur Cannon (Roche), Dale Kummerle (GAME) and Christian-Claus Roth (Novartis) present highlights from a Plenary Session led by Eva Thalmann (Janssen; Chair, International Pharmaceutical Alliance for Continuing Medical Education - iPACME; Chair, EFPIA Working Group on Medical Education) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about evolving collaborations between medical societies and industry in the digitalisation of congresses. On today’s episode you will hear about: Challenges of moving to a virtual congress for industry IFPMA/EFPIA/PhRMA Joint Guidance on virtual congresses impacted by COVID-19 Incorporating transparency into collaborations Sharing success stories Improving learner reach with virtual congresses Learnings from 2020 and outlook for 2021 If you would like to watch this Plenary Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
18:05
July 14, 2021
Reflection - Digitising interprofessional collaboration
In today’s episode, Julie Lyn Nöel (EUROSPINE) presents highlights from the Breakout Session that she led with Jamiu Busari (Maastricht University; Horacio Oduber Hospital), Margareta Nordin (EUROSPINE) and Francisco Baptista (Francisco Serrano Baptista Consulting) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about digitising interprofessional collaboration. On today’s episode you will hear about: How to address the readiness of consumers and the target audience Advantages and opportunities with digitisation Clarity in communication If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
04:40
July 14, 2021
Reflection - The extended event: Using technology to reach and engage a diverse audience
In today’s episode, Jann Balmer (University of Virginia) presents highlights from the Breakout Session that she led with Alvaro Margolis (EviMed) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about the extended event: using technology to reach and engage a diverse audience. On today’s episode you will hear about: The design and management of online platforms Keeping learners engaged over time Fee’s for virtual events If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
05:29
July 14, 2021
Reflection - The role and shape of congresses in the digital age
In today’s episode, Isabel Bardinet (ESC), João Grenho (UEMS-EACCME), Juan Palou (ESU/EAU), Julia Rautenstrauch (EULAR) and Robin Stevenson (JECME) present highlights from a Plenary Session led by David Vodušek (BioMed Alliance; EAN) and Michel Ballieu (BioMed Alliance) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about the role and shape of congresses in the digital age. On today’s episode you will hear about: The realities of moving from a physical to a virtual congress Determining best practice for virtual congresses The future for medical congresses Factors for making online education valuable Identifying practice gaps and outcome assessment If you would like to watch this Plenary Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
13:44
July 14, 2021
Reflection - Adapting to new opportunities in medical education: from f2f to virtual
In today’s episode, Margarita Velcheva (Kenes) presents highlights from the Breakout Session that she led with Diana van Brakel (Kenes) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about adapting to new opportunities in medical education: from f2f to virtual. On today’s episode you will hear about: Implementation of quality education in a virtual meeting environment Opportunities and barriers in the virtual meeting environment How to create quality CME from the content of virtual meetings If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
07:07
July 08, 2021
Reflection - Importance of informal learning and how this changed in a digital world
In today’s episode, Jonas Nordquist (Karolinska Institutet) presents highlights from the Breakout Session that he led with Céline Carrera (EIT Health), Dean Jenkins (UCB) and Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about informal learning and how this has changed in a digital world. On today’s episode you will hear about: Conceptual clarification of informal learning Informal spaces in digital platforms How ‘Meet the Expert’ could look in the digital world Virtual reality and gamification of meetings Social media as connection tools If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
06:03
July 08, 2021
Reflection - Identifying factors for success in online learning
In today’s episode, Miriam Uhlmann (AO Foundation) presents highlights from the Breakout Session she led with Amy Farr (European Respiratory Society), Jo Varney (Ogilvy Health) and Jane Wiedler (AO Foundation) at last year’s 13th Annual Meeting of the European CME Forum. In November 2020, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme was: “European and global CME: What next?” and was led by a faculty of 70 international CME and medical education experts. The meeting was split into Plenary and Breakout sessions. Tune in to learn more about identifying factors for success in online learning. On today’s episode you will hear about: Instructional design Faculty training Evaluation and assessment If you would like to watch this Breakout Session, register for the 14th Annual European CME Forum (held virtually 3-5 November 2021) and you will gain access to the complete archive of the 13th Annual European CME Forum, consisting of all the Plenary and Breakout sessions. Our webpage also has a wealth of information and offers the largest resource on CME in Europe, covering our 13 years of activities with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops. Find out more at cmeforum.org
08:60
July 08, 2021
JECME 2021 Special Collection (Part 2)
In Part 2 of this 2-part episode on the Journal of European CME (JECME) 2021 Special Collection, JECME Editor-in-Chief Robin Stevenson poses questions to Guest Editors Peter Henning (Professor and Director, Institute for Computers in Education, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences) and Reinhard Griebenow (Professor, Internal Medicine and Cardiology, University of Cologne; Chair, European Cardiology Section Foundation). JECME is the PubMed-indexed, Open access journal of the European CME Forum, publishing articles that address aspects of CME-CPD planning, design, delivery, assessment and regulation. Tune in to learn more about this year’s Special Collection on Digitization of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. On today’s episode you will hear the Guest Editors thoughts on: How digitization can play a role in informal CME Whether different types of digitized CME serve different functions Whether outcome assessment is easier or more difficult with digitized CME How the balance between external and workplace CME will be affected by digitization In which phase of professional education should medical professionals acquire digital competency How the move to digitized CME has affected the accreditors Why it is important for stakeholders in CME to share their experiences and submit to the JECME Special Collection More information on JECME and the 2021 Special Collection can be found on the journal website: jecme.org.
09:35
July 08, 2021
JECME 2021 Special Collection (Part 1)
In Part 1 of this 2-part episode on the Journal of European CME (JECME) 2021 Special Collection, JECME Editor-in-Chief Robin Stevenson speaks with Guest Editors Peter Henning (Professor and Director, Institute for Computers in Education, Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences) and Reinhard Griebenow (Professor, Internal Medicine and Cardiology, University of Cologne; Chair, European Cardiology Section Foundation). JECME is the PubMed-indexed, Open Access journal of the European CME Forum, publishing articles that address aspects of CME-CPD planning, design, delivery, assessment and regulation. Tune in to learn more about this year’s Special Collection on Digitization of Continuing Education in the Health Professions. On today’s episode you will hear about: What digitization is and how it differs from digitalization How digitization can facilitate interactivity with learners The types of digitized CME that could be the most successful Whether digitized CME can address practice gaps Why interrogating big data and AI is an exciting but potentially dangerous prospect How physicians may be introduced to big data interrogation How digitization can help outcome assessment Ethical dilemmas and biases More information on JECME and the 2021 Special Collection can be found on the journal website: jecme.org.
45:34
July 01, 2021
Trailer
A brief introduction to the European CME Forum and this podcast.
01:15
July 01, 2021