Polling can be used to pre-test and post-test participants to assess changes in knowledge, but it also has other uses. Well-designed polls can lead participants to practice clinical decision-making, understand the consequences of those decisions, or help them understand what they still need to learn to be able to adopt the behavior change. Remember to: • Allow time to discuss the results of a poll, so that participants can understand the reasoning underlying the correct ...

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