AAP CME and Education Information

“Presented by the AAP Committee on CME”

As part of the AAP Committee on CME’s scholarly endeavors, the members review and discuss educational articles at committee meetings. References for and summaries of the articles that the members have reviewed are available at the links below:

AAP Continuing Medical Education

Incorporating QI Into CME Activities
Gaps and Needs Assessment Information
Proposing Content

Educational Resources

Compendium of Educational Resources for CME/CPD Planners
Educational Resoures for Maintenances of Certification TM
Instructional Methods
Methods to Facilitate Behavior Change
Principles of Adult Learning: A Brief Overview
Verb List for Writing Behavioral Objectives

Scholarly Reviews Of Educational Articles

Top educational articles that can be used when doing your educational activity.  References for and summaries of the articles that the members have reviewed are available at the links below:

Creating and Presenting an Effective Lecture
How to Give a Killer Presentation
How to Give a Webinar Presentation
Comparison of the Effectiveness of Interactive Didactic Lecture Versus Online Simulation-based CME Programs
Evidence-based Principles for Using Technology Enhanced Learning in the Continuing Professional Development of Health Professionals
How to Give a Killer Presentation
How to Give a Webinar Presentation
Use the Pause Procedure in Continuing Medical Education: A Randomized Controlled Intervented Study
Valuing learners' experience and supporting further growth: educational models to help experienced adult learners in medicine.
A conceptual framework for planning and assessing learning in continuing education activities designed for clinicians in one profession and/or clinical teams
Tiny Moments Matter: Promoting Professionalism in Everyday Practice
Implementation of a Flipped Classroom for Nuclear Medicine Physician CME
Using Clinical Questions Asked by Primary Care Providers Through eConsults to Inform CPD
Eleven Principles for Teaching Quality Improvement Virtually: Engaging With Geographically Distributed Learners

Tip Sheets

Presenting Posters in a Digital Environment
CPD to Foster Behaviour Change
Debriefing for the Transfer of Learning
How to Rehearse for an Important Presentation
Interactive Strategies
Practical Presentation Pearls

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