Category: Methods of Learning
Students and teachers across all levels of schooling – elementary through high school to post-secondary education and professional education have changed in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The physical classroom model has disappeared and may not return in its prior format. To thrive in a remote education world, students and teachers must adapt their learning
A team of faculty from the Mayo Clinic partnered with K2P to collaborate on a contemporary approach incorporating live, online, and enduring materials.
K2P CEO Mary Ellen Beliveau sat down with Dr. Mark Weisman of the CMIO Podcast to talk about the impact of knowledge deficits in clinical care.
As healthcare has become more complex, the measures to evaluate clinical quality through physician’s performance have increasingly faced criticism as inadequate.
Learn how giving your physicians a common education base improves physician communication and leads to better patient handoffs and transition of care.
Doctors lose almost 50% of basic medical knowledge shortly after finishing residency. Here are the implications for patient care and what to do about it.
In case you weren’t convinced by our post on flipping your classroom, here are some hard numbers to show you why personalized learning is far superior to didactics for board review.
If you’re struggling to help your millennial trainees learn, you’re not alone. No generation seems to baffle—or annoy—other generations like millennials.
The flipped classroom in medical education. Buzzword? Yes. Still worth seriously considering? Yes, because it works. Study after study have shown that interactive learning methods result in two times the…
If you want to drive change at your hospital, you need to build consensus and bring many people on board with you. This post has tips for getting it done.