Who is AXDEV?
Experts in the field of optimizing the performance of professionals, teams, and organizations. AXDEV has an evidence-based record of identifying the issues and challenges undermining optimal performance, diagnosing the cause, and evaluating the impact of solutions targeted to overcome those challenges.
What does AXDEV do?
AXDEV has developed unique, reliable, and rigorous methods to assess the performance of professionals, teams, and organizations. Our approach enables a clear understanding of the Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes, Behaviors, and Contextual (KSABC) elements that facilitate or interfere with optimal performance.
Why is this expertise needed?
Professional and organizational performance challenges are complex. AXDEV’s proven performance assessment methodologies provides clear direction for decision-makers, fosters greater credibility, and helps control bias and conflict of interest.
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AXDEV attended the :
WORLD CONGRESS ON CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Advancing Learning and Care in the Health Professions
March 17-19, 2016 – San Diego, CA
AXDEV demonstrated how a collaboration between multiple stakeholders can be successful. By using a rigorous process AXDEV was able to enhance adherence and collaboration between Primary Care clinics, CME providers, industries and the government.
AXDEV also made a presentation on European Performance Improvement in Diabetes Demonstration project (EPIDD), which used a four-phase process to improve the performance of three multidisciplinary (Physicians, Nurses) Primary Care teams (PCTs) in providing care to Type 2 diabetic patients.
Webinar: CME Palooza. Preparing for Tomorrow’s Learners… Today
AXDEV was asked to act as a panellist at the CME Palooza Fall Meeting last October 21st. The panel addressed the question of the changing demographics of the healthcare workforce. Should we adapt the way we plan and design education in response to the changing face of health care providers? See what the experts panellists had to say…
Must Read: International Challenges in Patient-Centered Care in Fertility Clinics Offering Assisted Reproductive Technology: Providers’ Gaps and Attitudes Towards Addressing the Patients’ Psychological Needs
Suzanne Murray, Khalid A. Awartani and Sophie Péloquin
Must Read: A Qualitative Study of the Current State of Heart Failure Community Care in Canada: What Can We Learn for the Future?
Sean M. Hayes, Sophie Péloquin, Jonathan G. Howlett, Karen Harkness, Nadia Giannetti, Carol Rancourt, and Nancy Ricard
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