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Ongoing Physician Education & Faculty Development

Timestrapped physicians and faculty learn faster with Knowledge To Practice.

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We help physicians from training through retirement make the best decision for every patient.

Bring your training program into the 21st century

Today's trainees are digital natives who demand new types of learning that training programs often struggle to meet—despite the best intentions. We provide on-demand foundational clinical content free on industry bias for your trainees and teach your faculty to teach better, so you develop your trainees into physicians who are competent, confident lifelong learners.

Invest in your most valuable asset: your physicians

The pace of change in medicine is accelerating. Physicians are struggling to keep up. The result: professional burnout and missed opportunities to enable patient-centered care. We give healthcare organizations unbiased, distilled emerging medicine in micro-learning modules from faculty at the best academic medical centers. Your physicians get peace of mind that they are always current on the latest literature.


Knowledge to Practice is driven by mission not industry sponsorship. For me that is very important. When the mission matches the content and the format, it truly becomes transformative.

Biykem Bozkurt, MD, PhD

K2P Advantage

FOR TRAINING PROGRAMS

Personalized, mastery-based core clinical content, faculty development, and program-wide competency dashboards to create a 21st-century training program

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K2P Pro

FOR GROUP PRACTICES

Clinical content and practice-wide competency dashboards to create a common language to facilitate team-based care and quality improvement

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66%

Increase in Knowledge

Pre- versus post-assessment scores for learners in Knowledge to Practice's online platform

5,000+

Learners

More than 5,000 physicians use our platform to maximize knowledge and earn CME and MOC points online

faculty

Learn from the best

Our online postgraduate medical education courses feature advice and tips from the best medical school faculty from around the world.

Ralph J. Verdino, MD

Editor-In-Chief; Section Editor: Electrophysiology

Dr. Verdino is Associate Professor of Medicine & Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiologist at the University of Pennsylvania. A noted assessment leader, Dr. Verdino writes assessments for ACC and the CV ITE.

John P. Erwin III, MD

Section Editor: General Cardiology

Dr. Erwin serves as both Director and Chair of the Dept. of Medicine at Texas A&M CME and Baylor Scott & White Health.

Biykem Bozkurt, MD, PhD

Section Editor: HF

Dr. Bozkurt is Professor of Cardiology at the Baylor College of Medicine. She is Section Editor for JACC, and Associate Editor for Circ., and serves as a member of AHA/ACCF HF Guidelines Committee.

Nandan S. Anavekar, MB, BCh, BAO

Section Editor: Imaging

Dr. Anavekar is a Clinical Cardiologist and Cardiac Radiologist at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine.

Philip Green, MD

Section Editor: Interventional/Structural

Dr. Green is an Interventional Cardiologist at the Columbia University Medical Center.

John P. Vavalle, MD

Section Editor: Interventional/Structural

Dr. Vavalle is an Interventional Cardiologist, the Director of Structural Heart Disease Progam, and APD of the ICFellowship Program at UNC.

Naomi Botkin, MD, FACC

Section Editor: General Cardiology

Associate Professor at University of Massachusetts Medical School and Director of the Cardiology Fellowship Program at UMass Memorial Medical Center

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Our customers speak for themselves

A truly magnificent course with excellent faculty. Brilliantly presented—better than any other medical course I have ever experienced.

The course organization is outstanding. I have been in multiple courses and I haven't seen anything like it.

Best online learning portal that I have ever seen. You have done well.

98%

of Our Physician Learners

Are satisfied with their K2P learning experience

94%

of Our Physician Learners

Plan to share the information they've learned from K2P with peers