What’s next on the educational horizon? The American Board of Otolaryngology is in the process of making its Maintenance of Certification modules available to residents at no charge by the end of the year.
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Dr. Church said web-based programs will eventually need to become more interactive. “The millennial generation doesn’t find the traditional lecture, [with its] didactic format, as effective for learning,” he said. “The future is interactive, electronic-based education—the same learning modules many of us are now required to do for board certification, and the like. That’s where the future is at.”
Stephanie Mackiewicz is a freelance medical writer based in California.