Video Interview Series: Building Interprofessional Communication and Leadership through CME

October 29, 2015
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Anni Becker

CME Providers Share Best Practices for Leadership Development

We are pleased to present a video interview series focused on how CME is a key resource for developing leadership in physicians and teams and for supporting institutional goals to improve quality and safety.

  • Avoiding “Eduspeak”: How to Build Effective Interprofessional Communication in CME Planning — Jack Dolcourt, MD, MEd, Professor of Pediatrics; Associate Dean for CME, Medical Graphics, and Photography, University of Utah School of Medicine, discusses the lessons he’s learned about how to build effective communication with physicians and teams to facilitate CME planning, in a conversation with Steve Singer, PhD, Vice President for Education and Outreach, ACCME (13 minutes, transcript available).
  • Engaging Leadership: Aligning CME with Institutional Quality and Safety Improvement Priorities — John Hannig, CME Chairman, Salem Hospital, discusses how the CME Program became a key resource in in supporting the institution’s quality and safety improvement priorities and through these efforts achieved Accreditation with Commendation, in a conversation with Steve Singer, PhD, Vice President for Education and Outreach, ACCME (18 minutes, transcript available).
  • Working Together: How CME Empowers Teams and Builds Leadership — John Hannig, CME Chairman, Salem Hospital, explains how the CME Program develops physician leadership and empowers healthcare teams to improve performance and patient outcomes, in a conversation with Steve Singer, PhD, Vice President for Education and Outreach, ACCME (12 minutes, transcript available).