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  1. Rebecca Beattie, MPH  •  February 15, 2018 The average physician is missing 44% of basic medical knowledge
    With medical knowledge expanding exponentially, it’s harder and harder for already time-strapped physicians to keep up. These knowledge gaps make it difficult for physicians to make the best decisions for their patients, leading to subpar care. Here’s what we f...
  2. Rebecca Beattie, MPH  •  January 26, 2018 Personalized learning can speed board review by 75%
    In case you weren’t convinced by our post on flipping your classroom, here are some hard numbers to show you why personalized learning is far superior to didactics for board review. At Knowledge to Practice, we’ve always understood the...
  3. Rebecca Beattie, MPH  •  January 19, 2018 How and Why to Make the Flipped Classroom in Medical Education a Reality
    The flipped classroom in medical education. Buzzword? Yes. Still worth seriously considering? Yes, because it works. Study after study have shown that interactive learning methods result in two times the learning of lectures, and new technologies have made this approach...
  4. Rebecca Beattie, MPH  •  January 12, 2018 5 Ways to Better Influence Without Authority (Even if You Have It)
    As a physician leader, you will no doubt have the honor of owning a major change initiative at your institution at some point (if you haven’t already), and you’ll be forced to find ways to bring numerous stakeholders on b...
  5. Rebecca Beattie, MPH  •  December 29, 2017 Happy Holidays from K2P!
    We’ve been keeping extremely busy at the K2P office recently, but we’ve still managed to squeeze in a bit of fun too. Between ugly sweaters:
  6. Rebecca Beattie, MPH  •  December 15, 2017 Articles You Should Be Reading Over the Holidays
    It’s that time of year. Your in-laws have taken over your house and you’re looking for an escape, or you’re traipsing through a crowded airport full of grumpy travelers. To provide you with a useful distraction, we’ve compi...
  7. Rebecca Beattie, MPH  •  December 11, 2017 How to Encourage Patients with Heart Disease to Adopt a Plant-Based Diet
    An Interview Series with Dr. Andrew Freeman, cardiologist at National Jewish Health If last week’s post  piqued your interest in prescribing a plant-based diet to your heart disease patients, you might be wondering if certain groups of patients will presen...