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The results of the research from at least two distinct projects must be developed into a form that is suitable for sharing with the community, and have each been submitted to a peer reviewed forum. Acceptance for publication/presentation is not necessary to demonstrate compliance.
Yes, research can be qualitative, quantitative, or both.
The CME team does not have to take the lead on the management of the research project. However, the research must be related to the effectiveness of and/or best practices in CME.
The ACCME considers a peer-reviewed forum to be a mechanism for the dissemination of research related to the effectiveness of CME, in which there is a vetting process that assures that the material being presented is evaluated for its scientific merit by peers in educational research. Examples… More