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P001Integrating the CME Provider Unit into Professional Development as a Means to Drive Provider Performance
P002Mentoring Physicians in Practice
P003Components of a Comprehensive Faculty Development Program: Cultivating Faculty for a New Medical School in an Academic Healthcare System
P004Evaluating the Effect of Nationwide Training Program for Professionals of Long-term Care in Taiwan
P005Physicians’ Perceptions about the Continuing Professional Development Plan of the Collège des médecins du Québec: A Qualitative Study
P006Innovative Online testing and training solutions in a CE context
P007Bringing Best Practice to Point of Care: A MultiFaceted Unit Wide Provider Education Project
P008The Journey to Establishing and Growing a Successful Mid-Sized Annual Conference
P009Assessing the Value to CME Program Planners of a Success Case Method Evaluation
P010Community of Practice of CME Professionals in Latin America
P011A Nations Strategy to Improve Access to Care
P012Lessons Learned from Looking Back at the Evolution Over the Last 38 years of CME Practices and Management in 35 Professional Organizations
P013Understanding the Scope of Supervision, and Assessing the Faculty Development Needs of Supervising Physicians of Licensed IMGs
P014Promoting Best Practices in Multiple Sclerosis Management through a Virtual Community of Practice Involving Healthcare Professionals Across France
P015Alerting Clinicians on Safety: Useful Outcomes for FDA-Required Communication Plans
P016Becoming CHE Professionals: Model for Engaging your Team
P017Integrating Quality Improvement Tools and Performance Improvement to Achieve CME Office Goals
P018A Snapshot of the Educational Components of the ABMS Maintenance of Certification (ABMS MOC®) Programs in the United States: Results of a Survey
P019CME Schooling: Indian Perspective “Right CME for Right Learner at Right Time and Right Place
P020Aligning CPD Office Outcomes to the Creation of Value for the Healthcare System and Society
P021Current Practices and Future Trends In Industry Support of CME/CPD in the United States: Results from the 2010 and 2011 PACME Benchmarking Surveys and Perspectives on Findings from CME Leaders
P022Compliance with the Stark Law in the CME Arena
P023A Fine Balance
P024The Consequences of Diminishing Industry Support on the Independent Education Landscape: An Evidence-Based Analysis of the Perceived and Realistic Impact on Professional Development and Patient Care Among Oncologists
P025Redesigned Web Application Supports Physicians’ Lifelong Learning and Continuing Professional Development
P026Implementation of Learning Portfolios in CPD
P027Self-Directed Learning and Practice Improvement
P028How Can E-Learning Help Physicians in their CPD Self-management Plan?
P029Physician Social Media Usage Patterns as They Seek, Scan and Share Medical Knowledge Online
P030A Comprehensive Approach to CME in Hypertension: “Prescribed Learning” to Effectively Target Clinician Hypertension Education
P031My Practice: A Starting Point for Understanding Performance and Improvement
P032From Reflective Practice to Change Management: The Utility of a Self-managed CPD Plan (SCPDP)
P033Social Network Structural and Semantic Analyses of Collaborative Knowledge Building in a Web-based CME Program
P034AHME Grants Project to Improve Quality of Continuing Medical Education in Member Hospitals
P035Exploring Practicing Physicians’ Understanding of the Concepts of Practice-based Learning, Self-directed Learning, and Reflective Practice
P036Hospital CME Programs Improve Patient Care Through QI Partnerships and Grant Support
P037Formation of the Research in Continuing Education (RICE) Group to Foster Interdisciplinary Scholarship in Continuing Education
P038CHE Theory Into Practice: A Case Based Vignettes Exchange
P039How Does Attending a Multi-day Medical Conference Impact Physicians’ Intentions to Change their Practices?
P040Successes and Challenges of Developing an Interdisciplinary MOC-recognized Breastfeeding PI-CME Program
P041Following the Data: Insights from a COPD Performance Improvement CME Program
P042Prescribed Learning CME with Patient-Level Research: A Comprehensive Approach to Clinician Education in the Management of Patients with Chronic Pain
P043A Performance Improvement Approach to Glycemic Control in the Hospital
P044The Achilles Heal for Performance Improvement Programs – Engaging Physicians Throughout the Process
P045Educating Canadian Family Physicians on the 2010 Osteoporosis Canada Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs)
P046CE/PD Strategies in Guideline Implementation: A CanMEDS Perspective
P047Supporting the Implementation of Clinical Guidelines Through the Use of a Simulation Activity
P048In Theory and In Practice: Conducting a Case Study to Strengthen Continuing Medical Education
P049Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Quality Indicators Compliance Study
P050“Cease Smoking Today” US-Based Educational Initiative: Lessons Learned and Resources to Share
P051A Family Practice, User-funded Knowledge Translation (KT) Model: Lessons Learned after 20 Years
P052Evaluation of an Interprofessional Education Teacher Development Program at a Community Teaching Hospital
P053Commitment to Change Following an Interprofessional Education Development Program
P054Learning within a Community: Women of Color and HIV
P055How to Develop and Run an Effective Workshop For Interprofessional Audience
P056Reaching an Inter-D Clinical Community through Online Continuing Professional Education
P057Using 360-Degree Simulations to Support Interprofessional Education
P058A Continuing Interprofessional Education Initiative (IPEI) to Improve Sepsis Care by Enhancing Healthcare Team Collaboration
P059Intraprofessional Team Learning (IPTL)
P060How to Achieve an Evolving Continuing Interprofessional Development Module Based on a Competencies Portfolio for Community Social Pediatric Professionals?
P061Peer-to-peer and Participant-driven Interprofessional Learning: Piloting an Online Interactive Network in Type 2 Diabetes
P062Preserving Cognition in Hospitalized Elderly Patients through Interprofessional Learning and Improvement
P063The Development and Assessment of Neonatal Resuscitation Competencies in InterProfessional Education
P064Improving Clinical Safety and Effectiveness through Interprofessional Development through Project-based Learning in the Clinical Safety and Effectiveness (CSE) Course at UT Health Science Center San Antonio
P065Direct Comparison of Primary Care Provider Learning Needs Across Three Chronic Pain Conditions
P066Pilot Survey of Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy (CBT) Supervisors to Determine their Supervisory Practice and Learning Needs
P067Using a Baldrige Self-Assessment and Comparative Analysis to Benchmark World-Class Medical Device Education
P068Death Notification for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Providers: A North American Perspective
P069New Ways to Assess CPD Needs
P070Death Notification In The Field: A Pilot Study
P071Menopause: A regional Assessment of Educational Needs of Healthcare Professionals in South Texas
P072Defining CPD Needs and Measuring Impacts: Medical Regulator Role
P073Language and Practice of Gender Competency in CPD
P074Tailored Learning as a CME Method to Target the Individualized Professional Development Needs of Clinician Learners
P075Barriers of GPs’ Behavior Change Following their Participation in CME Events After Three Years: Qualitative Study
P076TEACH: An Interactive, Distributed Learning Curriculum for Busy Practitioners in Primary Care
P077TEACH: Application of Knowledge to Action Framework in Continuing Medical Education
P078Lessons Learned from the Design, Implementation and Evaluation of an Accredited Online Continuing Medical Education Program
P079Collective Reflection for Discovery: Explicating Curriculum Design in Continuing Professional Development
P080CE Jurisprudence Assessment for LPNs: A Computer-based Strategy
P081Enhancing Professional Development by Measuring Critical Reflection on Continuing Medical Education at Medical Grand Rounds
P082Improving Presentations: The Say it Better Project
P083Evaluating Medical Grand Rounds – 10 Years Later
P084Integrating CanMEDS into a Comprehensive Family Practice Program
P085Key Elements to Consider in the Development, Implementation, and Evaluation of Performance Improvement CME
P086Innovation and Assessment in CPD : Introducing the use of Script Concordance Test (SCT) to Address Controversies on Prostate Cancer Management
P087The Experience of a University Extension Program in Stimulating the Development of Communication Skills for Health Care Students
P088Reflective Practice for International Medical Graduates – Challenges and Triumphs
P089Patient Safety MiniCEX: Raising Medical Students’ and Residents’ Awareness of Patient Safety Standards in Clinical, OSCE and Simulation Settings
P090The Colour of Communication: A Unique Learning Model
P091If You Build It, Will They Come? Encouraging Registration for Distance Education
P092Collaborative Approaches to Integrating Simulation-Based Education in CME/CPD Conferences
P093Advanced Critical Care Competencies Through Simulation
P094Impact of a Remedial Continuing Education Program Incorporating Simulation
P095In situ Simulation Sessions in the Operating Room: An Unexpected Opportunity to Identify System Errors
P096From Principle to Practice – Guiding Clinical Decision Making in Diabetes Through Virtual Patient Simulations
P097A Collaborative Initiative to Provide Resident Education and Continuing Medical Education
P098Development of a Specialist Nurse Educational Program: The NIICE (Nurses Initiative in IBD Care and Education) in Canada Program
P099Ageism and Osteoporosis: A Workshop for the Elderly and their Health Care Providers
P100Sexuality and Arthritis: A Workshop for Patients on Synergistic Communication