We are designing an ‘other/blended’ learning activity; what are our guidelines?

This format is specifically used for activities that utilize a hybrid, new, or unique approach that do not fall into an established activity type.  The goal is for educators to experiment with new technologies such as virtual reality, gamification, simulation, adaptive e-learning, social media, and other approaches in their medical education.

To designate it as this type of activity, you must identify it as “other/blended learning” in the AMA credit designation statement, in the credit designation statement, and in documentation given to your learners (certificates, syllabi, etc.).  Each other/blended learning activity should be reported for a maximum of 12-month; any longer than that and the activity should be reported as separate activities.


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Weekly Compliance Tip

Can we use commercial support to pay expenses for a handful of individual learners to defray the costs of attending our activity?

Standard 4 is dedicated to the appropriate management of commercial support.  It clarifies that…

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