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Neurologists and clinicians who provide patient-centric care for Parkinsons Disease can now access an interactive four-part e-learning series to improve detection and treatment of early to advanced stages of the disease.
(PRWEB) July 08, 2014
North American Center for Continuing Medical Education (NACCME), an HMP Communications Holdings Company, today, in collaborative partnership with ArcheMedX, launched the first Parkinsons Disease-focused continuing education (CME) series powered by the ArcheViewer, an informatics-driven, connected learning architecture.
Given the proven success of ArcheMedX-powered education, we are thrilled to leverage the ArcheViewer to deliver a more engaging and impactful e-learning experience for the thousands of clinicians who trust the Neurology Learning Network to provide exceptional content and educational programs, commented Stephen Chavez; Senior Director, Educational Services at NACCME.
Clinicians who participate in the four-part education series, Patient-Centric Care Strategies for Early and Advanced Parkinsons Disease," will have access to a personalized and structured set of learning tools that enable each learner to archive relevant lessons to their personal learning stream; to take and synchronize notes at any moment during the lesson; to set critical reminders with the click of a button, to submit questions directly to faculty; and to quickly search through relevant resources (i.e., articles and abstracts, practice support, and patient education tools) carefully selected by NACCME Educational Planners and Faculty.
By measuring the learning actions taken by clinicians as they consume content delivered through the ArcheViewer, NACCME Faculty and Educational Planners can rapidly assess the effectiveness of each program in real-time and continuously refine content to nudge learners in the right direction and to guide them to reflect and apply critical lessons to practice.
Clinicians, as adult learners, require structure and support during the process of learning to drive cognitive recognition and recall over time, said Brian S McGowan PhD, Co-founder and Chief Learning Officer of ArcheMedX. By combining NACCMEs world class content and faculty with the more structured and engaging learning experience powered by the ArcheViewer, we are creating a simpler and more impactful way for Neurologists to learn and improve patient-centric care.
NACCMEs registered learners now have immediate access to this series of CME activities powered by ArcheMedX and more activities are expected to be available later in 2014. To learn more about the new CME programs and how learners are leveraging these activities to apply critical lessons to clinical practice, please contact Stephen Chavez; Senior Director, Educational Services, NACCME at: schavez(at)naccme(dot)com. For additional information on how ArcheMedX is transforming online education, please contact Joel Selzer, Co-Founder & CEO, at joel(at)archemedx(dot)com.
About North American Center for Continuing Medical Education, LLC (NACCME)
NACCME is committed to developing and disseminating live, print, and web-based CME/CE activities to provide an educational forum through which healthcare practitioners may examine current medical issues, therapies, and technologies. The content of NACCME-sponsored CME/CE activities is designed to bridge the gap between current and best healthcare practices and to improve healthcare quality by strengthening practitioner awareness of evidence-based patient care advances in a broad range of therapeutic areas. NACCME produces CME/CE activities for physicians, pharmacists, podiatrists, nurses, physician assistants, and other allied healthcare professionals. The objective of the NACCME CME/CE program is to increase healthcare practitioner knowledge, competence, and performance, thereby improving patient outcomes.
ArcheMedX is a healthcare informatics and elearning technology company with the singular mission to build the structure required to transform medical education through new connected learning and assessment models. By engineering an informaticspowered architecture that organizes and connects the natural learning actions of clinicians in one system, ArcheMedX simplifies lifelong learning and streamlines the process of educational planning, assessment and support. Visit http://www.archemedx.com for more information.
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