The National Association of Medical Education Companies (NAMEC), announced the winners to the 18th annual NAMEC Best Practices Awards to improve Continuing Medical Education (CME).
CME is an industry rooted in change, a profession that calls upon our abilities to recognize and address new challenges. It requires us to utilize our intellect, our diligence, and our creativity. NAMEC believes that each of these elements should be acknowledged. NAMEC congratulates the 2022 award winners for Best Practices in CME.
Best Practice in Enduring Material Educational Design: Global Education Group and Iridium Continuing Education for "Ushering in a New Era in the Treatment of Chronic Kidney Disease and Anemia: Appreciating The Patient Burden, Exploring Pathways and Pathogenesis, Reflecting on the New and Emerging Data"
Best Practice in Enduring Material Educational Design: Pri-Med Institute, LLC for "The Future of Alzheimer Disease: Early Recognition and Emerging Therapy"
Best Practice in Learner Outcomes: Medscape for "Analyzing the Real-World Impact of a Virtual Patient Simulation"
Best Practice in Innovative Educational Methods: Global Education Group and Excalibur Medical Education for "Escape Room: Improving the Day-to-Day Management of Patients with Rheumatic Disease"
Best Practice in Collaboration Among CME Stakeholders: DKBmed and Med Learning Group for "The Saving Sight and Vision Relief Collaborative Quality Improvement Initiative"
Best Practice in CME Outside of the USA: DKBmed for "HIV Learning Lab China"
The awards were presented during the annual conference of the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEHP). NAMEC appreciates all members and companies who submitted for consideration of these awards. The 2023 Best Practices awards will be requested later this year and we encourage companies that have qualifying project to consider becoming a member to be eligible to submit for an award.
NAMEC is a professional association dedicated to:
• Represent the interests of medical education companies (MECs), including advocacy for MECs and education of the professionals who work for them.
• Support the advancement of certified education as an integral part of the healthcare community in improving patient health outcomes.
• Foster increased collaboration among certified education stakeholders in a manner of mutual support, professionalism, and respect.
• Advocate, demonstrate, and support the value of certified education.
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