SPECIAL COLLECTION 2021
CALL FOR PAPERS
Digitization of Continuing Education in the Health Professions
Peter Henning, Professor and Director, Institute for Computers in Education,
Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences
Reinhard Griebenow, Professor, Internal Medicine and Cardiology, University of Cologne;
Chair, European Cardiology Section Foundation
Aims and Scope
We are delighted to announce that JECME will be publishing a special collection focusing on the digitization of continuing education in the health professions, including continuing medical education (CME), continuing professional development (CPD) and interprofessional continuing education (IPCE).
Authors are invited to submit an article or short communication describing your experience with or perspectives on the role of digitization in continuing education. Submissions will be reviewed and published through 2021, and will be accepted until 17 September 2021. Select papers will be discussed at the
14th European CME Forum, 3-5 November 2021.
This Special Collection will focus on the following subthemes:
Current and future role of digitization in education and the practice of medicine
How digitization can support and facilitate planning and delivery of effective education
Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on production and use of continuing education
How the “digital competence” of healthcare professionals can be improved
Digitization affects educators, funders, regulators, policy makers and others involved in the continuing education of healthcare professionals. Therefore, authors from a wide range of stakeholders in continuing education are encouraged to submit to the special collection. We will also consider articles relating to content digitization and online learning behaviour if applicable to CME-CPD.
Final submission deadline: 17 September 2021