Tag: conferences

Ten Reasons We’re Excited About MedBiquitous 2017

xAPI MedBiquitous

  I’m very excited to be attending the MedBiquitous annual meeting for the second year in a row. The conference is held each year on the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine campus in Baltimore. This year’s event is June 5-6, and registration is still open. Why do we go? For at least ten reasons: 1. […]

xAPI Use Case Session Learning Solutions 2017

xapi use case

  Next week, Dr. Jon Aleckson of Web Courseworks will be speaking at the Learning Solutions 2017 conference in Orlando, FL. He will be joined by Dr. Chad Jackson of CHEST (American College of Chest Physicians) as they speak on an xAPI project that Web Courseworks and CHEST created using data collection from medical simulators. […]

The Business of Learning Conference

Web Courseworks will be exhibiting and presenting a demo at this year’s Tagoras Learning Technology Design (LTD) virtual conference. LTD is a conference designed to help anyone in the business of learning to create lifelong education initiatives through learner engagement and effective use of learning technology. The conference will be held from March 1st– March […]

At Healthcare Educators’ Conference, “A Culture of Performance Improvement in Practice”

Culture of Performance Improvement in Practice

The new administration has introduced uncertainty into healthcare education. CME and other forms of continuing education in the health professions have been influenced by the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”), and with expected changes to that legislation, educational practitioners naturally wonder about the effects on their field. Specifically, the ACA’s drive toward quality of care has […]

ACEHP: Demonstrating the Value of an LMS

Demonstrating the Value of an LMS

Last week, Dr. Andy Hicken attended the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions’ annual conference. This year’s conference focused on the value of continuing education for healthcare providers. The theme of workshops, discussions and presentations revolved around how continuing education leads to improvement in the work and patient care of health professionals; ultimately leading […]