Translating Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education Criteria for Faculty

To get faculty buy-in for complying with new Accreditation Council for CME guidelines, you need to talk their language and respect their time.

When it comes to educating faculty about the Accreditation Council for CME's updated accreditation criteria, CME providers must translate the guidelines in a way that makes sense.

Faculty have a vested interest in complying with the criteria but can become overwhelmed if CME providers blanket them with forms and checklists filled with unfamiliar jargon. Start by identifying faculty's expectations in each CME activity during the planning stages and work with them to ensure that

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