To maximize your learning experience, please use the Google Chrome web browser, as our new learning management system, EthosCE, is most compatible with it. Thank you!
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Submit an Activity Proposal
Please click here to submit a proposal.
We are available to assist with each stage of bringing your concept to fruition, including: instructional design, assessment of practice gaps and needs assessments, formulating learning objectives, choosing the appropriate type of venue, grant procurement, audience generation, and impact assessment. We will help you implement a wide range of education programming including events that fulfill oversight regulatory requirements (e.g., liscensure, board certification, etc.) for a range of health care professionals.
Continuing Education (CE) credit refers to educational activities that serve to maintain, develop, or increase the knowledge, skills/strategy, and professional performance of physicians and other medical staff. Members of the health care team use CE credits to demonstrate that they have participated in educational activities, and subsequently meet the requirements of state medical boards, medical specialty societies, specialty boards, hospital medical staffs, the Joint Commission, insurance groups, and others.
The Mass General Brigham Office of Continuing Professional Development also offers Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credit for physicians. We offer both lifelong learning (MOC II) and continuous quality improvement (MOC IV) credits.
Start the process by clicking the 'submit a proposal'.
Welcome to our new learning management system!
This website provides the ability to create and deliver educational content, monitor learner participation, and access learner performance data.
Here are a few tips and tricks to enhance usability:
- Google Chrome required
- Click here to download Chrome
- Mass General Brigham employees: the email addresses automatically linked to your account through single sign-on is your primary email address used across all Mass General Brigham entities