2018 Annual Conference

Leveraging Emerging Technologies to Advance CME, CE, and CPD Globally


HYATT REGENCY, JERSEY CITY ON THE HUDSON

2 Exchange Place

Jersey City, New Jersey, 07302 USA



May 18 - 19, 2018




Friday, May 18, 2018 

7:00 - 8:00 Registration and Breakfast


7:15 - 8:00  CME Impact Awards and Presentations

Moderator: Lisa Sullivan


8:00 - 8:30 Opening Session

Dr. Dale Kummerle and Dr. Alvaro Margolis

                                   

8:30 - 10:00 Interactive Keynote: Advances in Continuing Professional Development of Healthcare Professionals

Mary Turco, EdD

Speaker Bio

Moderator: Dr. Alvaro Margolis


10:00 - 10:30 Break/Exhibit Hall

10:30 – 11:45 Session 1: Best Practices from Around the World

Moderator: Céline Carrera

Creating a System of Care Through CME
Matthew Frese, MBA, Med Learning Group, United States
Lauren Welch, MA, MBA, Med Learning Group, United States
Christina Gallo, CCMEP, Med Learning Group, United States

Derail Depression: A Quality Improvement Program - The Good, Bad and Ugly

Stan Pogroszewski, COO, DKBmed, United States

Steve Haimowitz, President and CEO, RealCME, United States

Phyllis Wojtusik, RN, Director Post-Acute Care, Penn Medicine, Lancaster General Health, United States

Abstract 


Endobronchial Ultrasound Training Programme

Amy Farr, European Respiratory Society Educational Programs Manager, Switzerland 

Carine Pannetier, European Respiratory Society, Director of Scientific and Educational Programs, Switzerland 

Lars Konge, MD, PhD, Professor, Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation (CAMES), Denmark 

Felix JF Herth, MD, PhD, Dsc., FCCP, FERS, Chairman and Head Department of Pneumology and Critical Care Medicine, Thoraxklinik University of Heidelberg, Germany 

Abstract


11:45 - 12:00 Presentation from the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEHP)

Steven Kawczak, PhD, CHCP, President ACEHP

Moderator: Dr. Dale Kummerle  

12:00 - 13:00 Poster Session 

Moderators: Lisa Sullivan and Lew Miller

A Collaborative Approach to Addressing Contraception Decision Making in India 

Amanda Kaczerski, MS, CHCP, Director of Educational Strategy and Design, ACHL, United States

Abstract 


A Global Initiative to Improve the Care of Patients with Cancer at Risk of or with Established Venous Thromboembolism (VTE)

Vivianne Vinet, President, International Centre for Professional Development in Health and Medicine, Canada

Abstract  


Experience of the Uruguayan College of Physicians (CMU) in Distance Medical Education 

Néstor Campos, MD, President, Uruguayan College of Physicians, Uruguay

Abstract 

Improving Oncologist Evidence-Based Decisions in the Treatment of Renal Cell Cancer: Case-based Learning in Continuing Education 

Linda Raichle, PhD, FACEHP, Global Medical Education Specialist-Oncology, Bristol-Myers Squibb, United States

Abstract 


Massive Online Courses to Implement National Health Policies on Quality and Patient Safety. Evaluation of Participation and Satisfaction.

Mercedes Viera, Lic. Psic. Profesora Adjunta, Facultad de Medicina Udelar, Uruguay

Abstract


Offering Multiple e-Learning Formats for CME Activities Results in Significant Audience Engagement and Knowledge Transfer

Vivianne Vinet, President, International Centre for Professional Development in Health and Medicine, Canada

Abstract 


Optimizing Outcomes for Patients with Advanced Pancreatic Cancer across Canada through Multidisciplinary Case Study Series

Vivianne Vinet, President, International Centre for Professional Development in Health and Medicine, Canada

Abstract


Revolutionize Your Data: The ABCs of Data Visualization Concepts 

Emily Kitterman, United States 

Abstract   

13:00 - 14:00 Sponsored Lunch

14:00 - 15:30 Session 2: eLearning Solutions for CME/CE Programs

Moderator: Thomas Kellner

Blended CME: Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO®)

Laura Winzen, M.Ed., Educational Technology Department Manager, AAFP, United States

Abstract 


Applying Facebook and Other Social Network Approaches into International Inter-professional Continuing Education

Alvaro Margolis, MD, MS, President and CEO, EviMed, Uruguay

Abstract 


Collaborative Immersive Simulations: A New Frontier for Team-based Classroom Learning: How Multi-Player Simulations and Immersing Interactive Teams in Exercises can Add Social Learning to Improve Learning in Live Sessions and Close a 20-year Gap Between Classroom and Web-based Instructional Technologies

Riccardo Saetti, MD, CEO and Founder, EDUmotion, Modena, Italy, and EDUmotion, LLC, United States 
Sandra Haas Binford, MAED, President, Full Circle Clinical Education, Inc., United States

Continuing Professional Development: eStrategies to Outreach the Practicing Physician

Helena Prior Filipe, MD, Consultant of Ophthalmology, ICO, HFAR/PL-EMGFA, Portugal

Ana Gabriela Palis, International Council of Ophthalmology, Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Abstract  

15:30 - 16:00 Break/Exhibit Hall 

16:00 - 17:30 Session 3: Learning and Teaching Principles: A Global Perspective 

Moderator: Lisa Sullivan


Deploying International Educational Needs Assessments to Support Medical Specialty Societies Promote Evidence-based Education and Evolve Towards Performance Improvement

Suzanne Murray, CEO and Founder, AXDEV Group Inc., Canada 

Thomas Reiser, Executive Director, International Society of Thrombosis and Heamostatis, United States

Abstract

 

Engaging in Blended Learning to Plan and Deploy an Interprofessional Educational Programme Across 6 European Countries: Scientific Society Perspective, Journey & Lessons Learned

Caroline Bennett, Educational Program Development Manager, European Society of Cardiology, France 

Celine Carrera, Head of Education, Education Department European Society of Cardiology, France

Abstract 


Implementing a Pre Assessment and Post Evaluation System for Surgeon Education Worldwide

Miriam Uhlmann, PhD, Manager, Faculty Development, AO Foundation, AO Education Institute, Switzerland

Urs Rüetschi, Director, AO Foundation, AO Education Institute, Switzerland

Alain Rickli, Project Manager, AO Foundation, AO Education Institute, Switzerland 

Mike Cunningham, Curriculum Development, AO Foundation, AO Education Institute, Switzerland

Abstract 


Use of an Innovative Educational Design in Physician Board Exam Preparation

Gary C. Bird, PhD, Senior CME Learning Strategist, United States 

Elizabeth J. Campbell, Senior Manager, Continuing Professional Development Activities, American Academy of Family Physicians, United States

Abstract    

17:30 - 18:30 Panel: Giving the Stage to Patient Voices: The Perspectives of the Educator, the Clinician and the Patient

Lilia Zurkovsky, PhD, Senior Medical Director, Forefront Collaborative, United States 

Lakshi Aldredge, MSN, ANP-BC, VA Portland Healthcare System, United States

Lisa Lambert, Patient, United States

Abstract 

Moderator: Dr. Miriam Uhlmann


18:30 - 19:30 Networking Cocktail Reception

Saturday, May 19, 2018 

7:00 - 8:00 Registration and Morning Buzz Networking Breakfast

Moderator: Matthew Frese


8:00 - 9:30 Interactive Keynote: The ECHO Program and Its Application Around the World 

Sanjeev Arora, MD, FACG, MACP

Speaker Bio

Moderator: Dr. Alvaro Margolis


9:30 - 10:30            Workshop: Professional Development as a Catalyst for Organizational Change-An International Leadership Continuing Education Program

Miriam Uhlmann, PhD, Manager, Faculty Development, AO Foundation, AO Education Institute, Switzerland 

Chitra Subramaniam, MS, PhD, Chief Learning Officer, AO North America, United States

Abstract  

Moderator: Helena Prior Filipe 


10:30 - 11:30             Workshop: From Continuing Medical Education to Contemporary Stakeholder Learning: A Future- focused Methodology for Outcomes-based Learning in Complex Health Ecosystems

Thomas Kellner, MD, Global Head of Medical Education, UCB BioSciences, Germany 

Leigh van Wyk, Director of Learning, Brain Sciences Centre at Ogilvy Healthworld, United Kingdom 

Jo Varney, MA, Partner, Brain Sciences Centre at Ogilvy Healthworld, United Kingdom

Abstract 

Moderator: Dean Beals


11:30 - 12:15 Coffee Break and General Assembly

Coordinated by Dale Kummerle and Céline Carrera 

12:15 – 13:45 Session 4: The Role of Patients as a Partner in CME/CE Activities and Other Topics 

Moderator: Suzanne Murray

Determination of Global Subpopulation Demographics and Preferences to Optimize Education

Pamela Peters, PhD, Director, Quality and Strategy, Medscape Education, United States 

Christina Hoffman, MS, Vice President, Quality and Strategy, Medscape Education, United States

Abstract 


Brainstorming Ways to Partner with Patients for CME/CE Programming

Laura Muttini, RPh, MBA, CHCP, Chief Operations Officer, ProPatient, LLC, United States

Abstract 


Patient & Professionals: Budding Collaboration in Programme Building

Amy Farr, European Respiratory Society Educational Programs Manager, Switzerland 

Isabel Saraiva, ELF Chair, RESPIRA, Portugal

Daiana Stolz, MD, MPH, ERS Educational Council Chair, FMH Internal Medicine and Pneumology, Switzerland

Abstract       


The Impact of the Patient Voice....A Novel Approach to Inform Healthcare Professional Learning Modules

Laura Muttini, RPh, MBA, CHCP, Chief Operations Officer, ProPatient, LLC, United States

Abstract  

13:45 -14:00 Closing 
 

14:00 - 15:00          Lunch
 



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