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ALiEM – Academic Life in Emergency Medicine – MEdIC series: The Case of the Difficult Consult

Inspired by the Harvard Business Review Cases and led by Dr. Teresa Chan (@TChanMD) and Dr. Brent Thoma (@BoringEM), the Medical Education In Cases (MEdIC) series puts difficult medical education cases under a microscope.


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David Swaddle's curator insight, September 17, 2013 9:50 PM

This sounds like a great CPD initiative that will work at many levels.

 

Essentially, one a month the MEdiC team pose a challenging hypothetical dilemma that has been suggested by their community of educators. It is then discussed, with medical education experts providing extra input.

 

Questions from the community of Emergency Medicine to the community of EM, suggested by the community and moderated by the community. One to watch.

 

Are there any specialists out there who would like to comment on the quality of the end product? Does it acheive the challenging, deep-thought conversations that it sets out to stimulate?

Mary Starry's curator insight, September 17, 2013 10:31 PM

Great approach to online interaction and learning by a medical specialty.  Would be neat to see something like this developed by and for pharmacists.

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CME-CPD: from Continuous Medical Education to Continuous Professionnal Development

in the Medical Field, in Europe (in connection with the EACCME (http://www.scoop.it/t/cme-cpd?q=eaccme) , where I am representing the Section of Medical Biopathology and Laboratory Medicine of UEMS (http://www.scoop.it/t/cme-cpd?q=uems), in France, in the USA and elsewhere in the world... where the field is thriving

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with openings towards e-learning, MOOCs and andragogy...

 

with a link to a slideshare PPT presentation at UEMS headquarters in July 2013

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The Rejection Guessing Game: Individualizing Calcineurin Inhibitor (CNI) Therapy to Manage Rejection in Renal Transplantation Patients—Maintaining Transplant Integrity: Side Effects of and Adherenc...

The Rejection Guessing Game: Individualizing Calcineurin Inhibitor (CNI) Therapy to Manage Rejection in Renal Transplantation Patients—Maintaining Transplant Integrity: Side Effects of and Adherenc... | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
High quality continuing medical education and continuing professional development for healthcare professionals.
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The science of revision: nine ways pupils can revise for exams more effectively

The science of revision: nine ways pupils can revise for exams more effectively | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Ditch the highlighter and teach a friend. Psychology shows us a lot about how to improve our memory and avoid distractions – here are some dos and don’ts
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Statement from ASH President Charles S. Abrams, MD, on the American Board of Internal Medicines Announced Plan to Offer Alternatives to the 10-Year Maintenance of Certification Examination | PressR...

Statement from ASH President Charles S. Abrams, MD, on the American Board of Internal Medicines Announced Plan to Offer Alternatives to the 10-Year Maintenance of Certification Examination | PressR... | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON, May 6, 2016) – Yesterday, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) announced that it intends to offer, beginning in January 2018, a new assessment option in addition to the traditional 10-year examination for Maintenance of Certification (MOC). While full details will not be made available until the year’s end, the American Societ
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ACCME CEO McMahon Issues Call to Transform CME

ACCME CEO McMahon Issues Call to Transform CME | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education’s Graham McMahon provides ideas on how clinicians, educators, healthcare institutions, and regulators can make CME more effective.
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Systemic Lupus Erythematosus - MedNet21

This video segment serves as a short introduction and educational lesson for our MedNet21 webcast on Systemic Lupus Erythematosus . The CME webcast can b
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LabRoots to Host DiaSorin Webinar That Fills in Common Knowledge Gaps About Epstein-Barr Virus Infection - Press Release Rocket

LabRoots to Host DiaSorin Webinar That Fills in Common Knowledge Gaps About Epstein-Barr Virus Infection - Press Release Rocket | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
The Webinar will discuss clinical findings and lab tests for diagnosing and staging primary EBV infection, mechanisms by which it causes cancer and autoimmune diseases, and research aimed at preventing it, May 17, 2016 Yorba Linda, CA (PRWEB) April...
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Physicians’ Education Resource (PER) Launches PER Global: Brings Industry Leading Oncology/Hematology Professional Education Services Overseas

Physicians’ Education Resource (PER) Launches PER Global: Brings Industry Leading Oncology/Hematology Professional Education Services Overseas | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Registration Now Open for First European Congress in Barcelona, Spain
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ICIHM Stuttgart 2016

Dear friends, dear students, doctors, nurses, entrepreneurs and therapists, more than 70 speakers and hundreds of people from around the world will meet a
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Digesting New Guidelines: Are They a Game Changer for Treating Diabetes and More?

Digesting New Guidelines: Are They a Game Changer for Treating Diabetes and More? | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
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The New England Journal of Medicine's Facebook Wall: As the U.S. continuing medical education system evolves, it will help if physicians are more self-aware, educators create more powerful learning...

The New England Journal of Medicine's Facebook Wall: As the U.S. continuing medical education system evolves, it will help if physicians are more self-aware, educators create more powerful learning... | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — What Do I Need to Learn Today? — The Evolution of CME
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AACR Annual Meeting 2016

AACR Annual Meeting 2016 | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
​April 16-20, 2016Ernest N. Morial Convention CenterNew Orleans, LouisianaProgram Committee ChairpersonScott A.
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CME Watch: ACCME Self-Study Update—Similar Outline, Different Expectations

CME Watch: ACCME Self-Study Update—Similar Outline, Different Expectations | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
By Judy M. Sweetnam, M.Ed., CHCP While most of the criteria remain similar, the expectations for some of the criteria have evolved due in part to the adoption of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education’s...
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Competency checks on doctors could become a costly mistake

Competency checks on doctors could become a costly mistake | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
A new revalidation system without supportive evidence may become the next expensive failure in Australian healthcare.
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The Principles of Adult Learning: How to Apply Them to E-Learning

The Principles of Adult Learning: How to Apply Them to E-Learning | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
The Principles of Adult Learning are a set of principles and best practices used for building training for adult learners. Find out how to apply the principles to your next e-learning project.
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Pharma’s virtual conferencing roadmap

Pharma’s virtual conferencing roadmap | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Pharma’s virtual conferencing roadmap - Articles With tightening budgets and pharma/physician relationships coming under increasing scrutiny, the resulting pressure has impacted the success of the traditional medical conferencing model.
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Salt Lake City Hosts Pain Management CE/CME Conference for The Main Street Practitioner on April 30

A Full Day of Learning: Earn up to 6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credits for $129 Montclair, NJ (PRWEB) April 21, 2016 PAINWeekEnd Regional Conferences are no
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How Social Media Can Invigorate Medical Conferences (and Specialties)

How Social Media Can Invigorate Medical Conferences (and Specialties) | CME-CPD | Scoop.it

From the very outset of the American College of Cardiology meeting, the hashtag #ACC16 began trending. Analytics from #ACC16 demonstrated that by the event’s end, there were nearly 3600 individual tweets, 35 million individual impressions, and roughly 1500 members participating via social media platforms such as Twitter. In other words, it’s quite clear that the ACC has embraced the digital space. And that’s as it should be. As cardiologists we are innovators and social media and digital engagement should be no exception. What follows is a look at how, in reflection of this, the ACC has folded this experience into its fabric.

There was an average of 155 tweets per hour and many participants “live tweeted” during important presentations such as the late-breaking clinical trials sessions each day. Leadership in digital engagement was spread among individual attendees, Twitter feeds from the college itself, and feeds from institutions such as the Mayo and Cleveland Clinics. (Interestingly, the “Top 10 Influencers” by impressions were not the same as the Top 10 by tweets – suggesting that what you say may be more influential that how much you say in the digital space.)

This investment in social media and mobile health extended to presentations as well. Researchers from Mayo clinic investigated whether or not patients undergoing cardiac rehabilitation would benefit from using specially designed health tools on their smartphones. In the study, 80 patients were randomized to a group having access to a smartphone mobile health tool with cardiac rehabilitation versus rehabilitation alone. Primary endpoint was total weight loss in the 12-week time period. The mobile tool group lost four times as much weight compared with those undergoing 12 weeks of cardiac rehabilitation alone. This randomized controlled trial is the first in the US to look at how using mobile and wireless devices concurrently with cardiac rehab might improve health outcomes – and clearly demonstrates the power of patient engagement via digital platforms.

Additionally, social media sessions were included as part of the Annual Scientific Meetings academic programming. I was honored to chair and participate in the session alongside many distinguished colleagues. The session was well attended and each talk was delivered in a TED talk style format – emphasizing audience engagement, interaction, and story-telling. Slides contained images rather than charts, and each speaker shared real-world experiences and examples of social media and digital successes. Topics included the use of social media for connectivity, engagement, and innovation. The expanding use of mobile tools for the advancement of clinical trials was explored as well as issues surrounding direct patient engagement.

What does this all mean? The future of social media in medicine is limitless – it is my hope that in 2017, we add to the numbers of active healthcare providers on social media. Ultimately, engagement can only help the people that we are pledged to serve – our patients. Through embracing our digital future in medicine, we can improve outcomes, improve disease awareness and access to care, and provide new tools for disease management. Let’s all be part of the leading edge of the bell curve. As Rogers shows us inDiffusion of Innovations, we must be the early adopters, not the laggards, if we truly want to maximize success.

Dr. Kevin Campbell (Twitter: @DrKevinCampbell) is a partner at Wake Heart and Vascular and an assistant professor in the Division of Cardiology at University of North Carolina School of Medicine. He blogs regularly on his site, is a frequent contributor to The Doctor Blog, and is the Medical Expert for NBC17 and regular on air guest for Fox News, HLN, and CBS. He is the author of Women and Cardiovascular Disease: Addressing Disparities in Care.


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Highly Anticipated Stroke CME Resource Unveiled by EB Medicine, an Atlanta Based Medical Publishing Company

Highly Anticipated Stroke CME Resource Unveiled by EB Medicine, an Atlanta Based Medical Publishing Company | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Emergency Stroke Care: Advance and Controversies, Volume I Reviews New Stroke Protocols That Promise Improved Outcomes, and Progress Toward Prevention and Recognizing Stroke Symptoms.
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CME: Guidelines for Allergic Rhinitis

CME: Guidelines for Allergic Rhinitis | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Current estimates show that allergic rhinitis (AR) is the most common chronic disease among children in the United States. Ranking as the fifth most common chronic disease in the U.S. overall, AR h…
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Home | American Academy of Neurology®

Home | American Academy of Neurology® | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
We will be reporting live from Vancouver next week, providing updates on the latest research in neurology https://t.co/hgARADfNKB #AAN16
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Rethinking Our Medical Education and Publishing Bureaucracy

Rethinking Our Medical Education and Publishing Bureaucracy | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Medicine has an image problem.
On one hand, medicine is full of wonder: incredible technology, incredible innovation, and incredibly bright people.
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What Do I Need to Learn Today? — The Evolution of CME — NEJM

What Do I Need to Learn Today? — The Evolution of CME — NEJM | CME-CPD | Scoop.it
Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — What Do I Need to Learn Today? — The Evolution of CME
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