Study Evaluates CME Outcomes

A study measuring the effectiveness of continuing medical education courses produced varying results for researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Saul Weiner, MD, associate professor of medicine and pediatrics at the University of Illinois at Chicago, in conjunction with the Society for General Internal Medicine, measured what physicians learned from three accredited CME courses at the society's annual meeting. Course participants were asked to answer five questions designed to evaluate their knowledge of and confidence about the subject matter. The questionnaire was administered when physicians registered for the course, three months

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