Documenting performance change after participation in continuing medical education (CME) is becoming increasingly important. The transtheoretical model (TTM) is a promising evaluation framework, but few published studies have applied the TTM to a series of CME activities. The purpose of this study was to apply the TTM to evaluate an Internet curriculum including a series of 13 related CME activities designed to promote the adoption of evidence-based, individualized, early, and aggressive treatment for rheumatoid arthritis.
SACME – Terminology in Continuing Education: A Hybrid Methodology for Improving the Use and Reporting of Interventions in Continuing Education
This study was commissioned to use expert opinion to improve the consistency of important educational terminology by describing the essential components of a set of educational interventions.