For CME providers, the question has moved beyond “Should we do educational outcomes measurement?” We know that we should — and even that we must. Initially, you may be satisfied with self-reported data; increasing numbers of CME providers are now conducting pre- and post-activity tests, as well as follow-up surveys at three-month intervals. With further experimentation, you may want to move to a higher level of outcomes measurement. Three years ago, the Veritas Institute for Medical ...

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