CMEpalooza withdrawal (N): That empty feeling in the pit of your stomach that persists for 2-4 weeks after each live CMEpalooza broadcast. Often accompanied by the need to write grant proposals in haiku form. CMEpalooza withdrawal is a syndrome that has not yet been widely appreciated in the medical community, although Derek and I have … Continue reading Feeling Down? Here is the Cure
Where do I watch CMEpalooza Spring?You watch it on the LIVE page. Do I have to refresh the page to watch new sessions? That is super annoying.No, you do not have to refresh the page to watch new sessions. Every session now has a unique link, so you don’t need to refresh the LIVE page … Continue reading Where do I watch CMEpalooza Spring?
my response when askedwhy do you write in haiku:why do you breathe air? tune in next wednesdaywould recommend. great. five stars.you can watch it here 9 AM ET – How Digital Platforms, Artificial Intelligence, and Cognitive Learning Are Transforming the CME Learning Experience let’s hope this sessiondoesn’t transform us intothe terminator 10 AM ET – … Continue reading New Haiku On The Block: It’s CMEpalooza Haiku!
A quick reminder to get your questions in for the Surviving 2021: Lessons Learned from Surviving 2020 panel by the end of the day today. The panel is anxious to know what questions you may have related to how COVID-19 and social justice issues have impacted the health of under-represented communities and would like to spend part … Continue reading LAST CHANCE: Submit Questions for the “Surviving 2021” Panel