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CMEpalooza

CMEPalooza will be on Thursday March 20 and Friday March 21.  Like the annual professional meeting for CME (Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions), CMEpalooza is a collection of “best practice” talks.  Unlike the Alliance, the entire event will be online, archived and free.  A big thank you to Derek Warnick (aka “the CME Guy“) for putting this all together.

Based on the agenda (of 21 presentations), there are many promising talks ranging from audience recruitment, adult learning theory, linking educational objectives with outcomes, qualitative analysis, and measuring patient outcomes (I’ll be representing Imedex with a presentation on statistical analysis in CME outcomes).  Regardless of your scope of work, I suspect there will be at least one presentation in the agenda of interest.

 If you can’t participate live, no worries, everything will be archived, so view at your convenience – but make sure to check it out.

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