Webinars

Next webinar 

The next webinar is planned to take place on Thursday 14 March 2024. Details will be announced shortly.

You can access recordings of our past webinars below,
they are also available on the European CME Forum podcast

Webinar 13: Valuing and defining independence when developing CME-CPD activities

Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME) leads a discussion with Reinbert van der Fluit (PeerVoice) and Thomas Kleinoeder (KWHC) to go through a composite case that captures some key decision points.

An education provider develops a CME accredited activity
– The provider seeks funding from a drug company and the supporter’s drug will be mentioned in the educational activity
– The provider develops the content and submits it to the supporter for review
– The provider asks the supporter for help with learner recruitment
– During the event a representative of the drug company attends the session and corrects the inaccuracy of the speaker
– After the event the drug company supporter requests a list of the learners from the provider

What would you do?

 

 

Webinar 12: EACCME 3.0 – what’s new, what’s missing?

Froukje Sosef (COR2ED), was in conversation with Daniela Clape (Xpeer) and Eugene Pozniak (Siyemi Learning) about the recently launched EACCME 3.0 accreditation standards.

EACCME 3.0 documents can be found here.

 

Webinar 11: Best practices in transparency in CME-CPD

Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation) was in conversation with Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME) and Sophie Wilson (International Medical Press) about the background, reasons for, and best practices when it comes to transparency in CME-CPD activities.

Webinar 10: Measuring outcomes: current expectations and practice

Eugene Pozniak (Siyemi Learning), Mia Hill (Scientific Education nation Support) and Margarita Velcheva (Kenes Group) discuss current practices in Europe when it comes to measuring and evaluating educational outcomes.

For more information about Don Moore’s Outcomes Framework (“Levels of Outcomes”) and other guidance, take a look at the Resources page on this website, especially the excellent (and free to access) CE Educator’s Toolkit from ACCME (see page 165ff.)

Webinar 9: Incorporating the patient voice in CME

Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation), Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME) and Gabor Purman (Elevate CME) discuss how to incorporate the patient angle when planning, developing and implementing CME-CPD activities.

 

Webinar 8: Current challenges in CME

Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation), Margarita Velcheva (Kenes Group) and Sophie Wilson (International Medical Press) reflect on some of the current challenges faced by education providers in Europe.

 

Webinar 7: Innovations in CME-CPD

Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME), Fabíola de Andrade (Independent CME-CPD Professional) and Thomas Kleinoeder (KWHC) discuss recent innovations in CME-CPD that have caught their eye.

Webinar 6: Changes in learner behaviour and expectations

Margarita Velcheva (Kenes Group) in discussion with Onno Kaagman (MEDCON International) and Gabor Purman (Elevate CME) about changes they have seen in how learners are engaging in medical education.

 

More information about Robin Stevenson’s book “Learning and Behaviour in Medicine” including discount code, can be found here.

Webinar 5: Outcomes measurement: What can we achieve in practice?

Froukje Sosef (COR2ED) in discussion with Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation) and Sophie Wilson (International Medical Press) about realistic expectations when it comes to evaluating outcomes of education activities.

 

Webinar 3: The landscape of CME accreditation in Europe

Froukje Sosef (COR2ED) took audience questions and discussed the CME accreditation landscape in Europe with Eugene Pozniak (Siyemi Learning) and Margarita Velcheva (Kenes).

 

Webinar 2: Developing an accredited educational activity

Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation) in discussion with Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME) and Sophie Wilson (International Medical Press) about developing an accredited educational activity.

 

Webinar 1: From clinician to educator: why?

Margarita Velcheva (Chair of the gCMEp) discusses the journey from clinician to education provider with group members Dr Froukje Sosef (COR2ED) and Dr Thomas Kleinoeder (KWHC).

 

Listen to these webinars on the European CME Forum Podcast