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Professional Education Task Force Patrick Lyden, MD Collin Rorrie, PhD Susan Hickenbottom, MD, MS Ed Sloan, MD, MPH Richard Atkinson, MD Judith Spilker, RN Lisa Davis, RN, MSN Robert Suter, DO, MHA Jeremy Golding, MD Steven Warach, MD, PhD Judith Hinchey, MD Kurt Kleinschmidt, MD

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professional education task force
Professional Education Task Force

Patrick Lyden, MD Collin Rorrie, PhD

Susan Hickenbottom, MD, MS Ed Sloan, MD, MPH

Richard Atkinson, MD Judith Spilker, RN

Lisa Davis, RN, MSN Robert Suter, DO, MHA

Jeremy Golding, MD Steven Warach, MD, PhD

Judith Hinchey, MD

Kurt Kleinschmidt, MD

Thomas Kwiatkowski, MD

Christopher Lewandowski, MD

principles of adult education
Principles of Adult Education
  • Must be motivated to learn
  • Need a relevant use for the knowledge or skill being sought
  • Prefer learning concepts and principles
  • Prefer an active curriculum that is learner-based
  • Like feedback on their own performance
deficiencies in professional education
Deficiencies in Professional Education
  • Ultimate goal of education is behavioral change
  • Traditional continuing education methods alone have been found ineffective
    • Didactic lectures
    • Journal articles
effectiveness of interventions
Effectiveness of Interventions
  • Most effective
    • Reminders (at point of service/need)
    • Patient-mediated strategies
    • Outreach visits
    • Opinion leaders
    • Multiple, sequenced interventions sustained over time
  • Moderately effective
    • Audit and feedback
    • Educational material
  • Least effective
    • Formal CME conferences or activities

Davis, JAMA 1995;274:700-705

deficiencies in professional education5
Deficiencies in Professional Education
  • Poorly targeted
  • Narrowly focused
  • Environmental barriers
    • Increased service requirements and decreased on-job time for learning/teaching
    • ED crowding
    • Nursing shortage and lack of nurse educators and mentors
strategies for improving professional education audience
Strategies for Improving Professional Education: Audience
  • Identify gaps in knowledge and performance (needs assessment)
  • Target audiences with interventions appropriate to knowledge level

EMS Physicians assistants

Medical students Nurse practitioners

Nursing students Physicians

Residents Other health care providers

Nurses

strategies for improving professional education method
Strategies for Improving Professional Education: Method
  • Change the approach to continuing education
    • Provide interactive learning opportunities
      • May include introductory materials
      • Case studies
      • Web and PDA based
    • Multimodal activities sustained over time
strategies for improving professional education content
Strategies for Improving Professional Education: Content
  • Expand the content of acute stroke education
    • “Soup to nuts” approach
  • Consistent and updated guidelines
  • National organizations help to develop integrated stroke curricula
strategies for improving professional education support
Strategies for Improving Professional Education: Support
  • Institutional
    • Organizational “buy-in”
  • Funding
    • Needs assessment
    • Validating and measuring adherence to guidelines
    • Evaluating effectiveness of educational interventions
summary of recommendations
Summary of Recommendations
  • Content development
  • Delivery consistent with educational principles
  • Financial support for educational interventions