Here we are, at Natividad Medical Center, a 172-bed safety net, teaching hospital and Level II Trauma Center in Salinas, California. We also have an accredited CME program.
Professionals in the field of continuing education in the health professions experience a lifelong process of acquiring and sharing knowledge and resources in order to succeed.
How often have you or someone in your organization said, “I wish we had taken time to submit an abstract and/or manuscript for publication to highlight our experience and share our story?”
If your continuing medical education (CME) program is like our program — committed to bringing valuable, high-quality, relevant and practical education to your learners as a means of improving practice and patient care — then, like us, you look at your CME mission statement as your battle cry.
It was 2009 and conversations had begun regarding whether becoming jointly accredited would be positive for the continuing education (CE) program at my university. Becoming jointly accredited can be positive for an organization.