A Post-COVID Framework for CME/CPD Design to Integrate: Attention to Practitioner Well-Being, Organizational Focus on Effective Teams, and a Climate of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Monday, April 18, 2022 12:00PM - 3:00PM CT
Workshop Registration Fee is $50 for all
During the pandemic, medical professionals experienced intense anxiety in providing their services. Exhaustion became ubiquitous as they attempted to re-design practices in patient care and learn new protocols to blunt the impact of the virus. The complexity of the clinical environment also highlighted the need for personal well-being, new communication skills, and enhanced sensitivity to cultural diversity in client populations. The design framework introduced in this workshop addresses these essential issues raised by COVID and offers durable learning solutions. The session offers a next-generation framework for developing CME that supports ongoing enhancement of professional competence, practice, and patient outcomes.
The session will be informative, experiential, and dialogical. Participants will be introduced to an innovative CME design model that addresses healthcare practice issues that have become more prominent during the COVID crisis.
Kathleen Snyder, PhD
David Robinson, SJ, PhD
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