How do I report Internet Searching and Learning CME in PARS?

Last Revised: 
November 11, 2011

When you report Internet Searching and Learning CME in PARS, aggregate and report all your data for Internet Searching and Learning CME for all learners into one activity. For hours of instruction, specify the amount of time you believe a learner would take to complete their Internet Searching and Learning CME activity. The number of participants should equal to the total number of persons who participated in Internet Searching and Learning as a CME activity.

For example, a provider creates an Internet Searching Learning CME activity in which 50 physicians participate. Each physician spent 30 minutes participating in this activity. In PARS, the provider would report this as an Internet Searching and Learning CME activity, with 50 physician participants and .5 Hours of Instruction.

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