Effective Group Leadership Blog
Gather-ed is about providing healthcare professionals with the tools they need to become great digital mentors and coaches. This blog brings ideas from around the world to Gather-ed Group Leaders about techniques and approaches to digital coaching and its impact on patient care and career development.
Escape rooms, AR, and AI – not terms you’d expect in medical education? Step into the new world of medical education where innovation meets collaboration. Read more in our newest article.
Addressing professional isolation in healthcare needs an innovative approach. Read our latest article that explores the power of online communities of practice, CME, and peer support which creates an interconnected healthcare community.
Staying Ahead of the Curve: How Peer-to-Peer Online Learning Keeps Clinicians Updated on Healthcare Advances
Are you a healthcare professional striving to keep up with the ever-evolving advancements in your field? Dive into an exciting, enjoyable approach to peer-to-peer learning. Discover how collaboration and real-time interaction with colleagues across the country can revolutionize the way you stay updated and make more informed decisions for patient care.
Gather-ed provides a unique, flexible learning environment for healthcare professionals. Learn more about our innovative approach to continuing medical education in our latest article.
Have you heard about reverse mentoring among health professionals? It’s all about maximizing everyone’s potential by pairing a junior mentor with a senior mentee. The result? A dynamic duo that brings out the best in each other and leads to some serious wins
This sense of psychological safety is germane to a productive team and a healthy learning environment. At Gather-ed we enable that in several ways.
As a Gather-ed group facilitator, I have the pleasure of interacting day-to-day with amazing clinicians as they collaborate and learn together on our platform.
Research shows that the average person listens at only 25% efficiency, yet studies also show that most people think that they are above average listeners.
A recent article in Advances in Medical Education and Practice pointed out that mentors can play a key role in developing clinical skills, modeling professionalism, stimulating interest in research, professional development, and more.
This is the third in a series of posts about learning theories in medical education. Each will focus on the question: How can learning theories inform medical education design?