State medical society CME leaders discuss CME's strategic value
In a new video interview series, Steve Singer, PhD, Director, Education and Outreach, talks with CME leaders at state medical societies about the strategic value CME programs bring to physicians. This series is part of the ACCME’s ongoing interaction with Recognized Accreditors (state/territory medical societies recognized by the ACCME as accreditors of local CME providers). This interaction includes monthly webinars for Recognized Accreditors and culminates in the Annual ACCME State/Territory Medical Society Conference, scheduled for December 11– 12, 2013 in Chicago.
- Engaging Physicians with CME: A New Way to Lead— Melissa Carter, Vice-President, Medical Education, Florida Medical Association, reflects on how her state medical society CME program supports the educational needs of physician members though leadership training as well as engagement across the continuum of medical education.
- Addressing Physician Professional Practice in Flux— Billie Dalrymple, Director of CME, Texas Medical Association, explores the evolving role of CME as a strategic asset to services provided to physicians by a state medical society.
- Training Physician Leaders with New Approaches—Billie Dalrymple, Director of CME, Texas Medical Association, describes a scholarly approach to using CME to improve the leadership skills of physicians in practice.
- CME Leadership as a Career Opportunity for Physicians— Melvin Freeman, MD, Vice-Chair, Washington State Medical Association CME Committee, shares the value that physicians can derive from their involvement in CME leadership.