Elevate the CE community's Instructional Design Knowledge, Skills, and Ability to design medical education that will more effectively close important healthcare gaps and generate higher-level outcomes.
We work with our clients to improve their instructional design knowledge and ability to identify, evaluate, and use highly effective instructional design features that can best achieve targeted outcomes.
Our Cognitive and Behavioral Science Experts help developers apply the principles of human learning to the design of CE that accelerates the understanding of new information, improves recall, and drives improvements in patient care.
The Instructional Design Guidance Document and Tools was created to assist the CE Community in creating and funding CE activities that incorporate highly effective instructional designs that can deliver improved, higher-level outcomes.
"This Instructional Design (ID) Guidance Document and Tool, which is grounded in research and experience, will be an invaluable resource both to CE providers and supporters. Proposals based on this document will be more robust and more easily reviewed. The result will be funded activities that are most likely to achieve intended outcomes." Marcia Jackson, CME by Design
For a detailed description of the ID Guidance Document's content and to Request a Free Copy see our Services Page.