We’re now nineteen years into the 21st century, and a lot of exciting things are happening in the world of continuing education (CE) technology. Over the last several months, we’ve explored several of those developments, including:… Read More
Whether you’re looking at the number of activities, hours of instruction, physician interactions, or some other metric, there’s no denying it. Participation in continuing medical education (CME) activities is on the rise.
According to a new report by the ACCME, more CME activities…Read More
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 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.
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
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
It seems like Rievent announces valuable developments all the time! Just thirteen months ago, we introduced support for regularly scheduled series (RSS) CME. That enhancement was a significant breakthrough as…Read More
As the e-learning world segues into 2016, only one thing is certain: The need for learning management systems (LMSs) will continue to grow across all industries. Everything else, such as how LMSs themselves will evolve in the coming year, is up in the…Read More
How can CME providers keep learners engaged? At the Stanford Center for Continuing Medical Education, course creators are attempting to broaden the appeal of their CME activities through media-rich content and video dramatizations of patient-physician interactions.… Read More
“While they may include internal video sharing and some knowledge management, [Learning Management Systems] were not designed to help employees track down new content available somewhere on the internet. And they were not built to handle the volume of…