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Accrediting learning in the workplace

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Published: 29.01.19
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Kate Regnier - Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), Chicago, USA

Kate Regnier speaks to ecancer at the European CME Forum 2018 about her role in ACCME, the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education in the USA.

She says that they are starting to see a lot more flexibility and innovation in terms of the types of education being offered, and that is is important to recognise learning where it happens in the workplace.

Regnier concludes that one thing she will be taking away from the conference is the need for accreditors to communicate and collaborate more, in order to simplify and align their systems globally. 

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