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Career Pathway Series 301: Understanding the Intersections within CPD

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CPS 301 is designed to provide a foundation for navigating and understanding the ways in which an individual’s professional roles and responsibilities intersect with decisions related to:

  • CME/CE accreditors, representing multiple learner types in the US and abroad
  • Interprofessional stakeholders from administration, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and allied health
  • Vendors, and supporters from pharmaceutical and medical device companies
  • New and emerging trends, technologies, and innovations in the field

Format: CPS 301 will be conducted as a two-part, virtual live workshop on November 1 and November 15. During the workshop, attendees will receive instruction from a team of seasoned faculty, participate in interactive activities, and engage in self-reflection exercises designed to explore areas of interest within the field.

Target Audience: Early-to-mid career professionals who want to develop professionally in the field; gain confidence for their current and future roles; discover and connect the “whys” of what they do to successful CPD program design and management; receive tips and strategies for dealing with the issues and challenges CPD organizations often face; and identify next steps to further professional growth. 

Topics: Weeks 1 and 2 topics will include finding and using your voice as a leader and understanding the educational landscape.

Speakers: 
Jen Hurley, CHCP, CPHQ – The Goodwin Group
John Ruggiero, PhD, MPA, CHCP – Daiichi Sankyo, Inc
Lawrence Sherman, FACEHP, FRSM, CHCP – Meducate Global, LLC

Facilitators: 
Debbie Platek, MS, CHCP – CME Mentors
Raja Venkata, MBA, PMP, CHCP – Cadmium
Andrea Zimmerman, EdD - HMP Global

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CPS 301: Understanding the Intersections within CPD - Finding and Using your Voice as a Leader
11/01/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)   |  180 minutes
11/01/2022 at 1:00 PM (EDT)   |  180 minutes This three-hour session will be divided into two sections. The first will focus on finding your voice as a leader in the continuing healthcare professional development community. The discussion will include how to ground yourself in a “leadership mentality” and how to interact and influence effectively in your role. Emphasis will be placed on defining your stakeholders and their needs and learning how to progress and sustain your leadership through stages of change. The second part of the session will focus on using your voice as a leader in this community within the framework of quality improvement (QI). Using QI tools, learners will participate in interactive exercises designed to address common issues, including how to assess new technologies and innovations within the CME/CE environment.
CPS 301: Understanding the Intersections within CPD - Understanding the Educational Landscape
11/15/2022 at 1:00 PM (EST)   |  120 minutes
11/15/2022 at 1:00 PM (EST)   |  120 minutes This two-hour session will be divided into two sections. The first will focus on best practices in global CME and CPD, with an emphasis on understanding the global educational landscape. The needs of all CME/CPD stakeholders will be addressed, including, but not limited to, educational providers, grantors, faculty, and learners. Reference will be made to ongoing research into CME/CPD systems around the world, and the true heterogeneity of the profession. The second part of the session will focus on optimizing interprofessional continuing education (IPCE), and the basic tenets of designing, delivering, and evaluating the impact of IPCE will be discussed. Research into IPCE faculty development will serve as the basis for some of the discussion, as will best practices developed through the 10+ years of formalized IPCE in the US. The session will be completely interactive, and the agenda will be built based upon the needs of the participants in attendance, with no questions left unanswered.