Behind the Scenes: Unveiling the Peer Review Process in Continuing Medical Education

This blog post sheds light on the intricate journey of how CME content undergoes peer review.

Interprofessional Continuing Education: Why It Matters for CME

IPCE is more than a credit type. It is a culture, a way of ensuring optimal patient care by educating the healthcare team by the healthcare team.

Insights from the Frontlines of Care: PIM’s 2024 CME/CE Learner Preferences Survey

PIM’s annual CME/CE Learner Preferences Survey illuminates HCP motivation for participating in CME/CE as well as trends in preferences for educational modality.

Enhancing Healthcare Excellence: Best Practices in Interprofessional Education Using the Joint Accreditation Framework

This blog post explores best practices in interprofessional education, which promotes teamwork, communication, and mutual respect.

Postgraduate Institute for Medicine Reaccredited by Joint Accreditation

Joint Accreditation has recognized PIM’s ongoing commitment to interprofessional continuing education.

What to Know About Financial Disclosure for Accredited Education

This article summarizes what you need to know about the recent ACCME changes on financial disclosures for accredited provider education.

The 4 Seasons of Meeting Planning: What You Need to Know about Accreditation Timelines

This article offers tips for meeting accreditation timelines when planning provider education activities.

Top 3 Reasons Content is Returned or Denied for Accreditation

Accreditation reviews sometimes require changes to educational content. This article reviews common mistakes made by education planners and how to avoid them.

What is Joint Providership?

The Postgraduate Institute for Medicine accredits more than 2,500 educational activities each year through joint providership.

Highlights of Our Work

At the Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (PIM), we never forget that our work has the power to save and improve lives. Here are highlights of our work.

Marketing for Accredited Education

It isn’t enough to develop timely and relevant continuing education for healthcare professionals. You must also ensure it reaches those who need it most.