“I'm going to be more aware of how physicians learn, use vignettes in needs assessments, advertise activities in the learner's language, and document my needs-assessment process better.” That's the contract for change one attendee wrote for herself during a conference entitled “Achieving Exemplary Results in Essential Area 2: Planning and Evaluation,” held in April in Chicago. Jointly sponsored by the University of Wisconsin Medical School's CME office, and Tacoma, Wash.-based CME ...

Register for Complete Access (Valid Email Required)

By registering on MeetingsNet now, you'll not only gain access to Printer-friendly, you'll get exclusive access to a large archive of premium content.

Already registered? here.