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Continuing Education from SurfingNASH.com

Welcome to the Continuing Education division of SurfingNASH.com. Clients and listeners alike asked us to develop a concept for CE programming consistent with the flow and design of our podcasts. The novel learning approach detailed on this page reflects our response to this challenge.

Podcasts are quickly becoming a powerful medium for continuing education and medical thought leadership. Through a unique partnership with a fully-accredited organizations these podcasts have been CMEfied. Listeners have an opportunity to earn credit for reflecting on relevant “nudges” presented via the link in the episode notes. Those nudges are critical learning areas for healthcare professionals and are meant to spark critical thinking. Category four and Category five credits are available based on the nudges and the responses by the individual. There is no fee to the user for these credits. Keep checking back for more content as the curriculum increases.

When you enroll in a SurfingNASH.com Continuing Education podcast, you should notice two differences from more typical CE:

Education via Podcast

Most CE is carefully scripted and reviewed for content. Podcast listeners have told us that while the traditional approach may be an excellent way to deliver information, they learn more from the interactive format and more free-flowing discussions embodied in a podcast. We have designed our CE podcasts with this feedback in mind.

How you will earn CE credit

In most CE, listeners are awarded Category 1 credits after completing a questionnaire that tests knowledge of key facts covered in the learning portion of the exercise. In contrast, this podcast has been CMEfied. Our goal here is to help listeners integrate information in a way that might change how you assess issues or treat patients. Listeners have an opportunity to earn credit for reflecting on relevant questions (called “nudges”) presented via a link in the episode notes. The question technique we are employing here, the “nudge”, comes from Behavioral Economics. It relies on a special kind of nudge question to encourage listeners to consider what you have heard in the context of your work with patients. The initial developer of this technique, Prof. Richard Thaler, won a Nobel Prize in Economics for his contributions to the field of Behavioral Economics, the idea of “nudge” being among his best-known contributions.

CMEfy™ is powered by ReflectCE – an internet point-of-care activity that offers continuing education credit for Dentists, Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Pharmacists, Physician Assistants, Physicians and other members of the healthcare team. In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by CME Outfitters, LLC and Adaptrack Platform, Inc. Adaptrack are the developers of the CMEfy system. CME Outfitters, LLC is jointly accredited by the American Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), th4e Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ACNE) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

CMEfy™ is a trademark of Adaptrack Platform, Inc.

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