Your Medical Education Program Can Thrive With Teamwork
Evidence had demonstrated that organizations can dramatically improve the ability to meet its educational mission by actively working to improve the teamwork between physicians, healthcare professionals, quality department leadership, staff and other members of your CME department. However, this challenge can feel monumental when you are facing piles of paperwork.
The famous comedian, Milton Berle, once said, “A committee is a group that keeps minutes and loses hours.” With Vivacity Consulting’s facilitation, your committee or planning group will stay focused and on target.
Through the use of effective communication skills, action items, and project milestones, your group can tackle large tasks like ACCME r IMQ reaccreditation in easy to accomplish sections. These components support or even elevate the group’s accountability ethos, which is key to meeting its goals.
We have experience using different approaches with committees comprised of members in various parts of the world. Working with the International Pediatric Endosurgery Group (IPEG), Ms. Schwarz often coordinated email-based committee meetings with great effectiveness. In other cases where planner groups were small, regular telephone conference calls were helpful to keep the group on-task. Working with the American Head & Neck Society (AHNS) to create a conference comprised of two different target audiences (clinical and research oriented physicians), Ms. Schwarz met in person with the organizers and then multiple times via conference call to ensure the educational content was appropriate and met the stated objectives.
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