Registering for a live CME activity might sound like a simple task, but that isn’t always the case. Depending on the software you use (or don’t use), CME registration can actually be confusing to learners. In some cases, it can be downright frustrating.
If you’ve ever wondered how to access information about continuing medical education (CME) activities, consult your CME director. That’s the person who knows how many CME activities your organization offers, what those activities cover, and how…Read More
What’s your publishing process for online continuing education (CE) content? Different organizations follow a variety of methods for getting their online CE activities in front of learners. In an ideal world, publishing would be straightforward and routine. You could basically set…Read More
What does 2017 hold for continuing education (CE) technology? Given the healthy growth of learning management system (LMS) technologies in 2016, this year promises to be an exciting one for CE providers and learners.
On this blog, we often discuss how a great online continuing education experience empowers learners. It’s one of the biggest improvements the Rievent Platform promises to continuing education administrators – giving…Read More
How much did the learning management system (LMS) technology market grow in 2016? Did more providers embrace the cloud? Is video becoming a dominant online learning format? Last January, we addressed these questions and offered our predictions Read More
How many tasks do your learners complete during a continuing education (CE) activity? If you start at the very beginning of their experience – the part where learners browse CE offerings – you’ll find that the number is actually quite large.
For many continuing education (CE) providers, offering CE to learners isn’t just a member benefit or an ancillary service – it’s a major investment. If you’re in that camp, enjoying positive ROE (return on education) from CE depends heavily on your learners’…Read More
Let’s say you work at an organization the provides continuing education (CE) to professionals. You need to find out whether your CE activities are helping you meet your organizational goals. Above all, you need to determine whether learners find your activities relevant and…Read More
Wouldn’t it be interesting to attend a continuing medical education (CME) meeting where patients contributed to content development?
Or what about an interactive game that helps learners understand the regulations that govern their profession?
Well, both concepts could be…Read More