The Latest in Continuing Medical Education
We are leading the way in continuing medical education (CME) for the health sciences professionals of today and tomorrow. That means we're at the forefront of helping UC Davis Health foster innovative education.
Here you'll find news about the latest developments, partnerships, strategies and tools we use to enhance the learning experience for everyone from undergraduate medical students to experienced faculty and physicians.
UC Davis Health physicians who served on the frontlines in New York during one of the first waves of COVID-19 have been educating their colleagues about the realities of treating COVID-19 positive patients and working in a surge environment. Their experience is now available as an on-demand continuing medical education course, Clinical Experience Treating COVID-19 in New York City. Through this online educational opportunity, learners will gain critical knowledge of working in a surge environment and response strategies to a global pandemic. The course is available to UC Davis Health professionals within the UC Learning Center and is certified for AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM.
Presentation at the 10th Annual Healthcare Quality Forum
The UC Davis Health Office of Continuing Medical Education presented an abstract poster at the 10th Annual UC Davis Healthcare Quality Forum, virtually, on June 24, 2020. Sandhya Venugopal, M.D., Associate Dean of CME at UC Davis Health, presented on the work done by the office to enhance performance improvement and change in practice outcomes. “CME plays a fundamental role in our lifelong learning. Subsequently, the changes we’re making in CME are really driving the changes we need to meet in our institution, as well as the needs of our patients.” Learn more about this program in our Prior Education Spotlight section.
Presentation at the 2020 SACME Annual Meeting
Team members from the UC Davis Health Office of Continuing Medical Education presented an abstract poster at the 2020 Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) Annual Meeting in Miami, Florida on Feb. 18-21, 2020. The presentation focused on the work done with UC Davis Health neurologists to develop the Precision Interprofessional Neurologic Educational Learning (PINECLE) program. Learn more about this program in our Education Spotlight section.
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During the 9th Annual UC Davis Healthcare Quality Forum on March 13, 2019 in Sacramento, Calif., forum co-chair Frederick J. Meyers, M.D., M.A.C.P., talked about changes happening with continuing medical education at UC Davis Health.
The UC Davis Health Office of Continuing Medical Education offers the use of Learning Glass technology, which allows faculty to record online lectures and illustrate presentation materials while maintaining face-to-face contact with learners.