Explore the latest in CME/MOC, including advances in CME formats and technologies and specialty board MOC policies and practices.
This quality improvement study examines medical oncologists’ genetic testing ordering trends for patients with cancer.
This Viewpoint describes how surgeons can optimize performance with methods for continuous performance improvement used by athletes.
This quality improvement study describes the development and implementation of a multimodal trauma critical care knowledge-exchange platform during the ongoing conflict in Ukraine and evaluates the reach of this intervention, together with participant engagement and satisfaction.
This cross-sectional study assesses a distance learning and telementoring program to build cervical cancer screening and treatment capacity of health care practitioners in Africa.
This survey study compares the COVID-19 case rates among in-person and virtual attendees of a large surgical society meeting held in the US during the Omicron variant surge.
This quality improvement study examines the standards of certification by the American Board of Dermatology for performance of micrographic dermatologic surgery.
This mixed-methods study examines the performance ratings and feedback received by female and male lecturers at national internal medicine conferences.
This randomized clinical trial examines the effect on clinician prescribing habits of a smartphone-based app that uses spaced education with retrieval practice to educate clinicians on evidence-based prescribing of balanced crystalloids vs saline and opioid vs nonopioid medications.
This cross-sectional study assesses self-reported and industry-mandated conflict of interest disclosures among contributors to online medical resource databases overall and by gender.
This survey study assesses whether physicians are able to correctly estimate the overall probability of a medical outcome resulting from 2 independent events.
This Viewpoint discusses the ways in which the updated Standards for Continuing Certification reflect foundational changes in how the American Board of Medical Specialties and the member boards perform professional self-regulation, including the intent of the Standards to bring value to both the public and the profession.
This systematic review of 38 studies assesses the association between the costs of physician continuous professional development and drug costs related to prescribing.
This qualitative study examines patient and caregiver experiences with and perceptions of Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy programs with Elements to Assure Safe Use.
This prognostic study evaluates the performance of a newly developed 3-dimensional convolutional neural network for automatic surgical skill assessment in classification tasks through laparoscopic colorectal surgical videos.
This Viewpoint summarizes the 2020 updated Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) standards for integrity and independence in US continuing medical education (CME), including enhanced requirements for content validity based on science, disclosure of financial relationships, and freedom from commercial bias and marketing.
This qualitative study identifies surgeon-derived recommendations for implementation of surgical coaching programs from participants’ exit interviews and ratings of their coaching interactions.
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