Jordan G. Roberts, PA-C

Jordan G. Roberts, PA-C writes engaging, compelling medical education. His experience makes him a go-to consultant for companies of all sizes with a diverse clinical audience. He is a nationally recognized speaker, published scientific author, and medical podcaster. His goal is to deliver excellence in all facets of medical education. Feel free to get in touch with Jordan to check the availability of his speaking schedule or to get more information on his consulting and editorial services.

Practical CME Reviews of Oakstone Practical Reviews

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Here at Modern MedEd, we are committed to helping you get the most out of your CME. This includes practical CME reviews (this one is about Practical Reviews CME, imagine that), maximizing your CME allowance, and more. Last Updated: 03 July 2020 This post contains affiliate links. That means we may earn a commission (at …

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7 Steps to Take to Become a Successful Medical Writer

How to Become a medical writer with medical writing courses and best computer for medical writers with medical writing software

Learning how to become a medical writer – a successful medical writer – can be a challenge for anyone. Medical writing is a popular aspiration for healthcare professionals seeking a nonclinical career. This post will guide clinicians and other aspiring medical writers through seven steps to help you get started. Last Updated: 27 January 2019 …

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Brain Computer Interface for Spinal Cord Injury

Brain Computer Interface for Spinal Cord Injury

Brain Computer Interface for Spinal Cord Injury Since the early days of medicine, the classic teaching of spinal cord injuries (SCI) has been quite pessimistic. And this was for good reason. Complete spinal cord injuries, those that occur with total loss of sensory and motor function below the level of the injury, are considered particularly …

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A Public Relations Tool for Clinicians

HARO For Clinicians

The various specialties within healthcare have long lived separate lives. Smart people have isolated themselves from each other, the outside world, and even patients in the name of medical and scientific advancement. This has taken us as a society far to be sure. However, it comes with at least one major drawback: a public relations …

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4 Effective Techniques to Stretch Your CME Fund Further than Ever

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The CME fund. It’s not uncommon for employed clinicians to have a limited annual CME fund. It’s more than reasonable for you to want to get the most value possible from this pool of money. Here’s how your colleagues do just that – and how you can, too. Last Updated: 27 July 2020 By Jordan …

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Here’s a Quick Way to Get into Medical Writing

How to become a medical writer with courses and training

Medical writing for healthcare professionals and those with a scientific background can be a lucrative area of work. Learn how to become a medical writer and start earning extra income outside of patient care while improving it at the same time. Last Updated: 26 June 2019 By Jordan G. Roberts, PA-C This post contains affiliate …

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PECARN for Pediatric Head Injury

PECRAN Pediatric Head CT Head Injury Criteria

Pediatric head injury, even those we otherwise would call ‘minor,’ can make any clinician (let alone parent) anxious. Furthermore, the medicolegal implications of such an injury are no joke. That’s why the PECARN clinical decision support tool was created. Last Updated: 09 January 2019 By Jordan G. Roberts, PA-C How to Use PECARN with Pediatric …

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