Two Themes Weave through the new Accreditation Council for CME criteria that relate to planning CME interventions. Those themes include a deeper understanding of learners' needs, environments, and gaps in knowledge. This requires a more sophisticated approach to needs assessment. The new criteria require that providers design interventions that are “appropriate for the setting, objectives and desired results” of the activity. This means CME providers need to factor in not only what area of ...

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