Linking Needs to Outcomes

IF YOU'VE BEEN planning CME activities for any time at all, you have no doubt heard of linkage — linking needs to results, linking needs and results to learning objectives, and linking needs, results, and objectives to outcomes. It's at the core of exemplary performance in Accreditation Council for CME Essential Area 2, and it may surprise you to know that linkage actually produces better CME activities.

Step 1: Select Sources of Needs. See the chart below for an example

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