Global staff members Amanda Jamrogiewicz and Amanda Glazar will be presenting a breakout session at the 2016 Quality and Innovation Summit next week in Cleveland, OH. Their session, Waste Not: Innovative Strategies to Disseminate your CME Activities and Outcomes
, explores ways that CME providers can effectively utilize outcomes data by disseminating it across all channels to extend clinical reach and impact. The breakout session will be held on Tuesday, September 27th 2016 at 10:00 AM in room 204 as part of the â€œInnovationâ€ track, and will be presented as a flipbook style session. Global encourages all CME stakeholders to consider attending the session, and we look forward to seeing you at the meeting next week. For a complete description of the session please continue reading below. If you have any questions about the session, or would like to learn more, please contact us here.
Waste Not: Innovative Strategies to Disseminate your CME Activities and Outcomes
Presenter: Amanda Jamrogiewicz
; Vice President, Strategy
- Global Education Group. Co-Presenter 1: Amanda Glazar
, PhD, CHCP; VP, Education
- Global Education Group.
- Explain why CME/CE activity and outcomes dissemination is important to not only the stakeholders involved, the the overall CME/CE community as well.
- Describe ways to disseminate CME/CE activities across various channels to extend their reach and impact.
- Describe ways to disseminate CME/CE activity outcomes data across various channels to extend their reach and impact.
: An enormous amount of time and effort goes into the development, creation, execution and data collection of CME/CE activities, but are we doing everything we can to capitalize on its benefits and meaningful outcomes? In this mini-case session, we will start off with a brief explanation as to why CME/CE activity and outcomes data dissemination is important to not only the stakeholders involved, but also the overall CME/CE industry as well. We will then present innovative ways in which Global and our partners have disseminated CME/CE activities across creative channels to extend and enhance their reach and overall impact. We will also highlight different ways to disseminate outcomes data that magnify the activity's impact, as well as CME impact in general. Finally, participants will then be broken into groups to discuss their experience and strategies with disseminating their CME/CE activities and outcomes, as well as brainstorm together to share ideas with the group.