Large medical education initiatives require a broad range of skills and resources where collaboration becomes essential. Under a partnership or collaboration model, organizations with different capabilities and strengths agree to work together to apply for funding,implement educational activities, and assess outcomes. By utilizing common needs assessments, content, tools, and outcomes measures, these initiatives can be implemented with a broader scope while achieving efficiencies.
Collaborative for REMS Education (CO*RE)
Improving Access to Treatment for Lung Cancer Patients (AccessTLC)