Kim M. Denny M.S.
Kim is an experienced Continuing Medical Education (CME) professional with several years of experience in the planning and implementation of CME learning activities in compliance with all ACCME Accreditation Criteria for Accreditation with Commendation. Kim has specific expertise in Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS) development and management, Performance Improvement (PI) CME, and Learning from Teaching approaches. Kim also brings graduate level expertise in assessment of learner educational needs, identification of professional practice gaps, development of measurable learning objectives, and facilitation of evaluation processes.
Kim is frequently responsible for applying ACCME Standards for Commercial Support, consistently ensures independence and oversees the process of obtaining disclosure of all relevant financial relationships with commercial interest(s) from all in a position to control educational content, complete conflict resolution process prior to delivery of educational activities, manages appropriate use of commercial support, assures impartiality, and arranges speaker disclosure to learners any relevant financial relationship(s). Kim also supervises grant proposal submissions for educational grants from commercial supporters.
Since 1999, Kim has maintained strong working relationships with IU School of Medicine faculty in her work managing CME activities, as the coordinator of the IU Visiting Professor Program, and is knowledgeable on content areas of subject matter experts.
In 2013 Kim earned a Master of Science in Adult Education degree from Indiana University Bloomington’s School of Education, Instructional Systems Technology Program. Kim stays active in the fields of continuing medical education (CME) and continuing professional development (CPD) of physicians as a member of the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEHP) and the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME).