Over the years, RedMedEd has had the good fortune to work alongside some truly outstanding organizations and individuals. We appreciate the trust our partners, grantors, and faculty place in us. We have been pleased to accept honors for our work on their behalf, and we are humbled by their kind words of recognition for our efforts.
As an accredited partner with RedMedEd since its inception, we couldn’t be more pleased with the level of quality CME development, execution, and outcomes that have resulted over the years.
Our organization carefully vets our educational partners. We want to be sure that the programming we certify is ethical, non-biased, and contains current, useful, and practical scientific information that provides our health care learners with quality CME. We have found RedMedEd to be excellent partners, responsive and creative. They work with us to design high-quality education.
Working with RedMedEd on both our patient and professional education programs in myeloma has been a great experience. Their management of our programs is seamless, from grant writing, to content generation, to faculty management and event planning. They are incredibly responsive and have a commitment to excellence. They make my job so much easier!
Partnering with RedMedEd provided our members with the opportunity to engage in a topic relevant in today’s healthcare industry. We value the collaboration, efficiency and professionalism experienced.
It is a pleasure working with such a dedicated and talented team of professionals!
RedMedEd has presented poster abstracts that demonstrated the advantages of knowledge-and-confidence-based assessment in activities designed for clinically focused learners.
Clinician Knowledge, Confidence, and Need for Education in Severe Asthma Management was presented at the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (ACAAI) Annual Scientific Meeting held in San Francisco, California in October 2016.
Guess Not: Confidence Measurement as a Means of Validating Knowledge Assessment was presented at the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) Annual Meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona in May 2017.