Focus on K2P Faculty: Dr. Michelle Kittleson – Advanced Heart Failure & Transplantation

May 19, 2022

The world of advanced heart failure is relatively small and specialized, but the most important thing learners should know is when to identify a patient who's heading down that slippery slope of advanced heart failure.

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Not learning much from CME? It’s not your fault

September 26, 2020

Learn why most CME options don't help and what you can do to improve your practice while also getting your CME/MOC credits.

How (and Why) to Keep up with Emerging Medicine

September 9, 2020

Staying on top of emerging medicine is vital for providing the best care to patients and has multiple benefits for physicians. Staying on top of emerging medicine is vital for providing the best care to patients and has multiple benefits for physicians.

Tackling the Problem of Misdiagnosis

August 17, 2018

Why misdiagnosis is a big problem for hospitals and health systems and what to do about improving diagnosis in health care.

How Much Knowledge Do Physicians Lose over Time?

July 26, 2018

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.

Prophylactic ICDs in Patients with Non-ischemic Cardiomyopathy

July 11, 2018

When implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs) were first approved by the FDA in 1985, the recipient needed to have survived not one, but two cardiac arrests. The initial population receiving ICDs was obviously very small.

Helping Physicians Manage Burnout and Administrative Overload

July 10, 2018

Growing administrative work is causing more physician burnout. Efficient learning programs help increase knowledge for physicians in less time.

Can CME Improve Patient Outcomes?

November 10, 2017

4 tips (and one infographic) for choosing the best CME options for you, based on your needs and learning style. Practice your best medicine.

How Dominant Learning Styles Hurt Physician Learners

October 27, 2017

A trainee's dominant learning style shouldn't be catered to, but rather used to understand an individual's weaknesses and to become a better learner.

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