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Innovation and Impact in CME/CPD

Guest Editor

Kathy Chappell, Senior Vice President, American Nurses Credentialing Center, USA

Editorial Team

Fabiola de Andrade, Netherlands

Maryam Fourtassi, Morocco

Wasana Jayaratna, Sri Lanka

Thomas Kearns, Ireland

Carolin Sehlbach, Netherlands

Lawrence Sherman, USA

Aims and Scope

JECME will be publishing a Special Collection focusing on

Innovation and Impact in CME/CPD. The goal for this Special Collection is to highlight innovations in CME/CPD and the impact of engaging in CME/CPD across the professions, all stakeholder groups and around the world.

Papers addressed the following identified categories:

  • Team-based learning/interprofessional continuing education

  • Point-of-care/just-in-time education

  • Impact of CME/CPD on HCP practice and/or patient experience or outcomes

  • Innovative delivery strategies/pedagogy

  • Faculty development

  • Impact/outcomes of engaging in lifelong learning

  • Regulation/standards/policy

  • Experiences of and impact for various stakeholders in CME/CPD

  • Innovations resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic

The Call for Papers is now closed. 

The Special Collection will be published in October 2022.

Please feel free to share widely, tag #JECMEInnovation and @jecme in your social media posts!

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Further Information

To hear more about the 2022 Special Collection from this year's Guest Editor, tune in to this European CME Forum podcast episode.