Nurse Practitioner Jobs, Call for NP Contributors, Nurse Education Writers, Editors

Med-ChallengerAuthor Spotlight, Nurse Practitioner, Uncategorized Clinical Education

Nurse Practitioner Jobs - NP Education Content Writers and Editor Opportunities

To ensure high-yield content quality, our clinical database is continuously reviewed for clinical accuracy by leading medical experts.  We’re experiencing high growth in several nursing areas, especially in nurse practitioner education programs.  We are actively expanding and refining our nurse practitioner content and knowledge self-assessment resources and we are seeking NP contributors to help create and craft these improvements.  We … Read More

MyEMCert – Information about the new ABEM Recertification Alternative Track, Exam Modules, Requirements, and How to Prepare

Andrea Eberly, MD, MS, FAAEMEmergency Medicine, Medical News, Personal Education, Product News, Uncategorized Clinical Education

MyEMCert - Information, requirements, exam modules, questions, how it works, and how to prepare for MyEMCert exams

MyEMCert is a new alternative recertification option for ABEM-certified physicians seeking to re-certify.  Physicians who are eligible and select the MyEMCert option will not be required to take the ConCert Exam or LLSA tests.  In this article, we’ll outline the key points about the MyEMCert track, how it works, what to expect, and how to best prepare for the MyEMCert … Read More

Content Curation and How It Impacts Medical e-Learning Programs

David BeardGroup Education, Medical Schools, Nursing Programs, Residency Programs, Uncategorized Clinical Education

what is content curation and why does it matter in e-learning.

The language of online learning is not very precise.  People can’t even agree on what to call it. Is it “e-learning,” “elearning,” or “eLearning”?  There are some 70,000 companies involved in areas of online learning, and, today, they seem to be leaning towards “e-learning.”  That imprecision in language extends to other areas of online learning – such as content curation. … Read More

New Acute Care Content Updates, Spring 2019

Med-ChallengerCompany News, Medical News, Personal Education, Product News, Uncategorized Clinical Education

Med-Challenger acute care content updates spring 2019

One of the biggest benefits of owning Med-Challenger is that your education investments continue to provide you with the most current information for your medical practice and board certification maintenance needs. After all, practice continues – board exams or not. Here’s a listing of select Spring 2019 content updates and course enhancements now live in select Acute Care Med-Challenger online … Read More

New Primary Care Content Updates, Spring 2019

Med-ChallengerCompany News, Medical News, Personal Education, Product News, Uncategorized Clinical Education

Med-Challenger primary care content updates spring 2019

One of the biggest benefits of owning Med-Challenger is that your education investments continue to provide you with the most current information for your medical practice and board certification maintenance needs. After all, practice continues – board exams or not. Here’s a listing of select Spring 2019 content updates and course enhancements now live in select Primary Care Med-Challenger online … Read More

Residency Training EPAs and ACGME Milestone Management Made Easy

Med-ChallengerGroup Education, Residency Programs, Uncategorized Clinical Education

Residency EPAs and ACGME milstone tracking

Resident training milestones were created by the ACGME in 2016 to help programs organize training. Simply defined, a milestone is a significant point in development. For accreditation purposes, the Milestones are competency-based developmental outcomes (e.g., knowledge, skills, attitudes, and performance) that can be demonstrated progressively by residents/fellows from the beginning of their education through graduation to the unsupervised practice of … Read More

How to Improve Residency Education Despite Budget and Bureaucracy Constraints

Med-ChallengerGroup Education, Residency Programs, Uncategorized Clinical Education

Improve Residency Education Despite Budget and Bureaucracy Constraints

Increasingly, Residency directors find themselves without the ability to make prudent, timely improvements to their programs. Many residencies have had their independent budgets removed.  Most purchasing for HCA residencies, for instance, are made in the corporate offices, rather than on-site at the individual residencies. Numerous organizations are calling for the expansion of graduate medical education (GME) positions nationally. Developing new … Read More

Easiest Way to Onboard and Assess Knowledge of New Incoming Residents

Med-ChallengerGroup Education, Residency Programs, Uncategorized Clinical Education

Easily onboard new residents and assess knowledge quality

When new residents arrive, program directors want to find out “who knows what and how well do they know it.” Each resident is different, especially at the outset of residency. Each resident comes with their own passions, strengths and weaknesses. It’s the PD’s job to find these things out and manage training progress through successful certification and matriculation. Sit-downs with … Read More

How to Protect Residency Programs from High Program Director Attrition Rates

Med-ChallengerGroup Education, Residency Programs, Uncategorized Clinical Education

Protect your residency program from residency director attrition

Program Director turnover now exceeds 20% per year. Over half of Program Directors will quit in the next four years. The role and station of the Program Director has changed. With the onslaught of healthcare mergers and consolidation, residency programs are increasingly moving under the administrative purview of corporate ownership rather than university-based scholastic administration. What happens in the hospital, … Read More

How to Train Residents Well With Restricted Resident In-Training Hours

Med-ChallengerGroup Education, Residency Programs, Uncategorized Clinical Education

how to train residents well despite restricted in-training hours

ACGME duty hours were restricted in mid-2017 over concerns of resident exhaustion.  However, some say the current era of hour restrictions for residents has negatively affected physician training – that with restrictions to “training time” residents are less prepared to be effective doctors upon graduation. If the goal is to have well-rested residents, restricted hours actually don’t seem to make a … Read More