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Improves Performance: #1 - Compliance

The provider measures change in learners immediately following the activity asking for specific changes to practice that the individual learner commits to make. In a subsequent 6-week post-activity survey, each learner was asked what changes they committed to making, then asked, “Based on your… More

Improves Performance: #2 - Compliance

In activities addressing communication skills, learners participate in role-play activities with professional actors and rehearse communication skills in tough scenarios. Learners must recognize patient cues and select a framework to guide the conversation, using the appropriate tools and talking… More

Improves Performance: #3 - Compliance

The provider surveyed learners who participated in an ultrasound skills training course on whether they had implemented ultrasound for diagnostic evaluations and procedures in the Emergency Deparment (ED) 3 months post-activity. The provider reported that 11 of 14 learners that completed the survey… More

Improves Performance: #4 - Noncompliance

The provider measured change in learner performance through a post-activity follow-up survey, but did not demonstrate that the majority of learners who responded to the survey improved their performance.

Improves Performance: #5 - Noncompliance

The provider presented board scores in its examples of measuring learner performance. However, ACCME does not consider board scores to be measures of improved performance, per the criterion and its critical elements. 

Improves Performance: #6 - Noncompliance

The provider presented data that was based on "yes" or "no" responses to statements and questions asked during the activities, such as: "The content learned from this activity will impact my healthcare delivery"; "This activity will assist in the improvement of my competence/performance”; “Did this… More