MedBiquitous is pleased to announce that the MedBiquitous Performance Framework has been approved as an American National Standard. The MedBiquitous Performance Framework, ANSI/MEDBIQ PF.10.1-2015, is a technical standard for representing expected levels of performance related to a competency. The standard makes it easier to connect performance to competencies. Read the press release.
We're pleased to announce two additions to the agenda. Dr. Mike O’Reilly, Vice President of Medical Technologies at Apple will present and lead a discussion on Apple's ResearchKit and how it may be used for Research in Healthcare Education. Andrew Downes, xAPI evangelist at Rustici Software, will present and lead a discussion on Learning Analytics: how XAPI is being used in other industries.
Online registration ends May 11 for the MedBiquitous Annual Conference 2015. See our update on Baltimore for more information on recent events in the city. Peaceful demonstrations occur on a sporadic basis. The police and national guard continue to maintain a visible presence and ensure the security of the city.
The conference takes place May 18-19, 2015 at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. Join colleagues from around the world in examining how learning technologies can promote continuous improvement and better outcomes across the continuum of health professions education.
MedBiquitous is pleased to announce Marc Triola, MD, Rachel Ellaway, PhD, and Jeff Leek PhD as speakers for the MedBiquitous Annual Conference 2015. Dr. Triola will discuss using analytics to drive change in health professions education, and Dr. Ellaway will discuss extended mind, exploring how digital technologies act as cognitive prostheses for health professionals and health professional learners. Dr. Leek will discuss learning analytics and what we can learn by studying MOOC learners.
The MedBiquitous Annual Conference provides an opportunity to network with colleagues and to learn from international leaders. It focuses on learning technologies and technology standards to promote better outcomes across the continuum of health professions education.