The content of activities are produced and developed by the Office of Continuing Education (OCE) and our joint sponsor relationships with other organizations including state health agencies, community and regional hospitals, and medical professional societies whose own missions are aligned with that of our own.
Our Continuing Education (CE) activities are developed based on needs assessment data to ensure that activities present current, state-of-the-art, evidence-based information in order to improve physician competence, performance and/or patient outcomes in Arkansas.
Our educational activities are designed to span the needs of a variety of healthcare professionals. Past activities have included information for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, dieticians, long- term care providers, lawyers, as well as many more.
Our main programs work for health care professionals whose work crosses the continuum of primary care, specialty care, and tertiary care.
These activities draw participants from local, regional, national and international geographic areas.
Types of Activities Provided
The Office of Continuing Education offers a broad spectrum of educational activities using a range of instructional methods including:
- Didactic lectures
- Interactive workshops
- Case-based conferences
- Interactive video conferences,
- and Self-Directed Learning Materials
(e.g., enduring materials such as Internet activities, instructional videotapes, CDs, and printed documents).
These activities approved by the OCE will contribute to improved health care provider competence, performance, and enhanced health care outcomes for Arkansans.