PI CME: An Emerging Model of Approaches to the Activities?

February 24, 2010 at 5:36 am Leave a comment

PI CME Different Approaches

Beth Mullikin at the University of Wisconsin and some of her colleagues developed a simple classification of approaches being taken to performance improvement continuing medical education. The model grows out of their collective experience in numerous PI CME activities. Look at it as a 2X2 table. The vertical axis defines who is driving the activity – self directed or directed by others. . The horizontal axis defines who is involved in the activity – individual learners or groups of learners. So you have four different approached to PI CME:

• Individual learners doing self directed activities
• Individuals learners doing activities driven by others
• Groups of learners engaged in activities driven by others.
• Groups of learners engaged in self directed activities.

I talk to Beth about the model in a podcast. Listen in.


Entry filed under: CME, Continung Professional Development, Improvement, Physician Continuing Education, PI CME, Uncategorized.

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