Last Updated: Apr 4, 2018
Approximately 20 percent of the nation’s health care workforce come from the millennial generation. And, in the health care world, millennials are typically managed by baby boomers.
The challenge for physicians is bridging the generation gap in order to create a successful working environment and maintain a high level of patient care. “It’s important to understand the backgrounds and values of our peer physicians and staff if we are to help educate,” says course facilitator Nirmal Joshi, MD.
The Pennsylvania Medical Society’s (PAMED) “Embracing Generational Diversity” online CME course looks at:
The course also includes several video clips featuring Dr. Joshi in conversation with early career physicians MaryEllen Pfeiffer, DO and Andrew Lutzkanin, III, MD. They discuss issues such as the importance of acknowledging physicians for the work they do.
This CME activity is free for PAMED members. Course completers can earn up to .50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.
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