Using the CTC tool in establishing Mid-Levels of Expanded Outcomes Framework - A CME Provider Perspective
Keywords:commitment to change, expanded outcomes framework, physicians
Existing gaps in the quality of healthcare have led to calls for change by Continuing Medical Education (CME) providers around the world to plan and implement continuing medical education activities based on improving physician competence and performance. This article offers the use of the commitment to practice change (CTC) tool at mid-levels of the expanded outcomes framework using post-only design, for inquiring and promoting physicians’ commitment to practice change, and for assessing the impact of the educational activity.
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