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198 Donald E Moore Jr

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1945 - Present




Personal Data

Born: May 29, 1945, New Haven, Connecticut

Married: August 9, 1968 to Lin Yu-yen in Taipei, Taiwan

Children:  Theodore Michael (47); Edward Joseph (45)

Grandchildren: Sydney Moore (25); Olivia Moore (16)

Lives in Nashville, TN

Military Service:  U.S. Navy, Linguist (Chinese Mandarin)  February 1966-1970

 

Education

Ph.D., Adult and Higher Education, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

     Dissertation: The Organization and Administration of Continuing Education in Academic Medical Centers

A.M., Chinese History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois

B.A., History, University of Connecticut, Stamford, Connecticut

 

Employment

Director, Office for Continuing Professional Development

Director of Curriculum Evaluation, Office of Undergraduate Medical Education

Professor, Division of Medical Education and Administration

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

 

Faculty Appointments

December 2000 to October 2004

Associate Professor, Division of Medical Education and Administration

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

 

April 1995 to June 1998
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

University of North Carolina School of Medicine

 

April 1987 - July 1989

Assistant Professor, Department of Internal Medicine

Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk

 

July 1977 - November 1979

Instructor, Department of Postgraduate Medicine

University of Michigan Medical School

 

Responsibilities at Vanderbilt have Included

Director, MOC Portfolio Program 

Director, Program Evaluation, Office of Teaching and Learning in Medicine

Director of Education and Evaluation, Office of Graduate Medical Education

Faculty Associate, Office of Teaching and Learning in Medicine

Director, Division of Continuing Medical Education 

 

Additional Professional Activities 

1. Co-chair, Advisory Committee, CME Congress 2016, San Diego, March 2016.

2. Board of Directors, Global Alliance for Medical Education, November 2015 to present.

3. Advisory Committee on Global Inter-professional Continuing Education, February 2014 to present.

4. Program Chair, Global Alliance for Medical Education Annual Meeting, Barcelona, June 9-11, 2013.

5. Senior Associate Editor, Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 2012 to present

6. Immediate Past President, Alliance for CME, 2003-2004

7. President, Alliance for CME, 2001-2003

8. President-elect, Alliance for CME, 2000-2001

9. Facilities Accreditation Committee for CME (ex-officio), Hawaii Medical Association

10. Board of Directors, Alliance for Continuing Medical Education (1997-2004)

11. Consulting Editor, Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions (2002-2012)

12. Associate Editor, Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions (1996-2002)

13. Education Committee (ex-officio), North Carolina Medical Society (1996-1998)

14. Chair, 21st Annual Conference, Alliance for CME, January 1996

15. Co-Chair, 20th Annual Conference, Alliance for CME, January 1995

16. Accreditation Council for CME, Surveyor, 1985 to 2010

17. Accreditation Council for CME, Accreditation Review Committee, 1993-1999.

18. Professional Education Committee, National Multiple Sclerosis Society (1992-1997)

19. Board of Directors, Health Sciences Consortium, Chapel Hill, NC (1984-87)

20. Region III Council, Association for Hospital Medical Education (1984-85)

21. Education Committee, Medical Society of Virginia (1981-1986)

 

Reviewer: Academic Medicine; Evidence-Based Medicine; Journal of General Internal Medicine; Journal of the American medical Informatics Association.

 

Awards and Honors

Fellow, Society for Academic CME, May 2017

Academy for Excellence in Teaching, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, March 2013

Research in Continuing Medical Education Award, Society for Academic CME, April 2011

Distinguished Service Award, Alliance for CME, January 2010

Razskowski Award for Distinguished Service, Accreditation Council for CME, June 2009

 

Membership-Professional Organizations

Alliance for Continuing Medical Education/Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions

American Education Research Association

American Evaluation Association

American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics

Association for Medical Education in Europe

Association for the Study of Medical Education

Group on Medical Education, Association of American Medical Colleges

Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education

 

Publications

1. Moore DE Jr., Pavan M, Sherman L, Chappell K. Planning Learning Activities for Interprofessional

Clinical Teams using a Revised Outcomes Framework. (In preparation as of 3/2017)

2. Dahlman KB, Weinger MB, Lomis KD, Nanney L, Osheroff N, Moore, DE Jr., Estrada L, Cutrer WB.

Integrating foundational sciences in a meaningful clinical context in the post-clerkship curriculum.

(In preparation as of 3/2017)

3. Moore DE Jr., Continuing Professional Development, in Dent JA, Harden RM, Hunt D, editors. A

Practical Guide for Medical Teachers, Fifth Edition, Edinburgh: Elsevier (Churchill Livingstone), 2017.

(In Press)

4. El-Sourady M, Nelson J, Misra S, Karlekar M, Moore DE Jr., Teaching palliative care on the run:

Organizing learning activities and teaching multiple learners on a busy palliative care service.

Submitted to Academic Medicine, June 9, 2017

5. Moore DE Jr., Assessment and evaluation in health professions education. In Barbara Daley and

Ronald Cervero, editors, New Directions in Adult and Continuing Education, accepted April 1, 2017.

6. Moore DE Jr., Fleming G, Miller BM. Learning in the practice setting. In Rayburn WF, Turco M, Davis

DA, editors, Continuing Professional Development in Medicine and Healthcare: Better Education,

Improved Outcomes, Best Health. Philadelphia: Wolters Kluwer Health (Lippincott), 2017, pp. 83-100.

7. Cutrer WB, Miller BM, Pusic MV, Mejicano G, Mangrulkar RS, Gruppen LD, Hawkins RE, Skochelak SE,

Moore DE Jr., Fostering the development of Master Adaptive Learners: A conceptual model to guide

skill acquisition in medical education. Academic Medicine; 2017: 92.1:70-75.

8. Easdown LJ, Moore DE Jr., Maintaining professional excellence in contemporary anesthesia practice.

International Anesthesiology Clinics. 2016; 54.3:170-187.

9. Van Hoof TJ, Kitto S, Moore DE Jr., et. al. Society for Academic CME Intervention Guideline Series:

Guideline 1, Performance Measurement and Feedback. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2015;

35(Supplement 2): S51-54.

10. Van Hoof TJ, Kitto S, Moore DE Jr., et. al. Society for Academic CME Intervention Guideline Series:

Guideline 2, Practice Facilitation. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2015; 35(Supplement 2): S55-59.

11. Van Hoof TJ, Kitto S, Moore DE Jr., et. al. Society for Academic CME Intervention Guideline Series:

Guideline 3, Educational Meetings. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2015; 35(Supplement 2): S60-64.

12. Van Hoof TJ, Kitto S, Moore DE Jr., et. al. Society for Academic CME Intervention Guideline Series:

Guideline 4, Interprofessional Education. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2015; 35(Supplement 2): S65-69.

13. Dickerson PS, Chappell K, Decker S, Moore DE Jr., Pilcher J, Scanlon N, Sherman L. Developing an

interprofessional continuing education symposium for healthcare educators in Qatar. J Contin Educ

Nurs. 2014; 45.12:545-551.

14. Moore DE Jr., CME Congress 2012: Improving Today’s CME and Looking towards the Future of

CEHP. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2013; 33(1):4–10.

15. Moore DE Jr. Collaboration, best-practice CME, public health focus, and the Alliance for CME

competencies: A formula for the new CME? J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2011;31:S1-S2.

16. Cervero RM and Moore DE Jr. The cease smoking today (CS2day) Initiative: A guide to pursue the

2010 IOM Report Vision for CPD. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2011;31:S76-S82.

17. Miller BM, Eichbaum Q, Brady DW, Moore DE Jr. Aligning health sciences education with health

needs in developing countries: A global challenge. Academic Medicine. 2011; 86.11:e10.

18. Moore DE Jr., Mann KV, Bennett NL. The history of research in continuing medical education. In

Wentz D, editor. The history of continuing education. University of Vermont Press, 2011, pp. 177-

189.

19. Moore DE Jr. Workplace Learning in Davis DA, et. al. The Life Long Learning Initiative in Medicine and

Nursing. Report of the Macy Foundation on Life Long Learning in the Health Professions, April 2010.

20. Miller BM, Moore DE Jr., Stead WW, Balser JR. Beyond Flexner: A new model for continuous learning

in the health professions. Academic Medicine. 2010;85.2:266-272.

21. Moore DE Jr., Green JS, Gallis HA. Achieving desired results and improved outcomes by integrating

planning and assessment throughout a learning activity. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2009; 29.1:5-18.

22. Moore DE Jr. How physicians learn and how to design learning experiences for them. In Hager M,

Russell S, Fletcher SW, editors. Continuing Education in the Health Professions: Improving Healthcare

Through Lifelong Learning, Proceedings of a Conference Sponsored by the Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation;

2007 Nov 28-Dec 1; Bermuda. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 2008, pages 30-62.

23. Gabbe SG, Webb LE, Harrell FE, Moore DE Jr., Powell R, Spickard WA Jr. Burnout in Medical School

Deans: An Uncommon Problem. Academic Medicine. 2008 May;83(5):476-482.

24. Gabbe SG, Moore DE Jr., Webb LE, Mandel LS, Melville JL, Spickard WA Jr. Can mentors prevent and

reduce burnout in new chairs of departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology: Results from a

prospective, randomized pilot study. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2008 Jun;198(6):653.e1-653.e7.

25. Moore DE Jr., Cervero RM, Fox RD. A conceptual model of CME to address disparities in depression

care. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2007;27.1:S40-S54.

26. Moore DE Jr., Niebler SE, Schlundt DG, Pichert JW. A conceptual model for using action inquiry

techniques to address disparities in depression. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2007;27.1:S55-S64.

27. Overstreet KM, Moore DE Jr., Kristofco RE, Like RC. Addressing disparities in diagnosing and

treating depression: A promising role for planned physician learning. J Contin Educ Health Prof.

2007;27.1: pp S5-S9.

28. Moore DE Jr., Kristofco RE, Overstreet KM, Like RC. Improving depression care for ethnic and racial

minorities: An intervention concept that integrates CME planning with improvement strategies. J

Contin Educ Health Prof. 2007;27.1: pp. S65-S74.

29. Margolis PA, Lannon CM, Stuart JM, Fried B, Keyes-Elstein, Moore DE Jr. Improving delivery systems

for prevention in primary care practices: Results of a randomized trial. BMJ.

doi:10.1136/bmj.38009.706319.47 (published 6 February 2004).

30. Moore DE, Jr., Pennington FC. Practice-based learning and improvement: Conclusions and

questions. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 2003;23:pp.S73-S80.

31. Moore DE Jr. A framework for outcomes evaluation in the continuing professional development of

physicians. In The continuing professional development of physicians. Davis DA, Fox RD, and Barnes

BA, editors. Chicago; American Medical Association, 2003. pp. 249-274.

32. Davis DA, Moore DE, Jr., Sinclair L, Tan KM, Tipping J, Vaisey AT Evaluating educational outcomes:

An electronic workbook for CME providers. http://www.acme-assn.org. 2001

33. Moore DE, Jr. Combining discrepancy analysis and outcomes in needs assessment to produce more

effective CME. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 1998;18.4: 133-141.

34. Pyatt RS, Caldwell SC, Moore DE, Jr. Improving outcomes through an innovative CME partnership. J

Contin Educ Health Prof. 1997;17.4: 210-214.

35. Moore DE, Jr. The evolution of a new approach to continuing medical education. Current Practices

(of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology UNC School of Medicine) 1997;17.1:2;6

36. Moore DE, Jr., editor, Issues in continuing medical education and quality management. J Contin Educ

Health Prof. 1995;15.3:132-191.

37. Moore DE, Jr., Moving CME closer to the clinical encounter: The promise of quality management

and CME. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 1995;15.3: 135-145, 191.

38. Moore DE, Jr., Innovations and new practice in CEHP. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 1995;15.2: 126-

127.

39. Lockyer J, Mazmanian P, Moore DE, Jr., Harrison A, Knox AB. The adoption of innovation. In Fox RD,

Davis DA, editors, The Physician Learner: Linking Research to Practice, Chicago: American Medical

Association, 1994; pp 33-46.

40. Moore DE, Jr., Knox AB, Bennett NL, Kristofco RE. Factors affecting physician decision making to

participate in formal CME activities. In Fox RD, Davis DA, editors, The Physician Learner: Linking

Research to Practice, Chicago: American Medical Association, 1994; pp 219-240.

41. Moore DE, Jr., Green JS, Jay SJ, Leist JC, Maitland FM. Creating a new paradigm for CME: seizing

opportunities with the health care revolution. J Contin Educ Health Prof. 1994;14.1:1-28.

42. Moore DE, Jr. Practice guidelines: Helping physicians cope with the information explosion,

Tennessee Family Physician. 1992;4.1: 8.

43. Moore DE, Jr., Cordes DL. Needs assessment. In Felch WR and Rosoff A, Editors, Continuing Medical

Education: A Primer, NY: Praeger, 1992.

44. Williamson JW, Moore DE, Jr., Sanazaro PJ. Moving from ‘small qa’ to ‘Large QA’: An outcomes

framework for improving quality management. Eval Health Prof. 1991;14.2: 138-160.

45. Moore DE, Jr., “Designing Instructional Strategies,” in Adelson R, et. al., editors, Continuing Health

Professions Education for the Health Professional: Educational and Administrative Issues, Rockville,

MD: Aspen, 1985, pp. 45-70.

46. Adelson R, Manolakas D, Moore DE, Jr. “Assessing Educational Needs,” in Richard Adelson, et. al.,

editors, Continuing Education for the Health Professional: Educational and Administrative Methods,

Rockville, MD: Aspen, 1985, pp. 15-28.

47. Levine HG, Cordes DL, Moore DE, Jr., and Pennington FC. Identifying and assessing needs to relate

continuing education to patient care. In Green JS, et. al., editors, Continuing Education for the Health

Professions, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1984, pp. 152-173.

48. Levine HG, Moore DE, Jr., and Pennington FC. Evaluating continuing education activities and

outcomes. In Green JS, et. al., editors. Continuing Education for the Health Professions, San

Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1984 pp. 197-217.

49. Moore DE, Jr. Evolving approaches to continuing medical education: efforts to enhance the impact.

In Green JS, et. al., editors. Continuing Education for the Health Professions, San Francisco: JosseyBass,

1984, pp 87-114.

50. Moore DE, Jr. Exploring needs assessment in CME. Mobius. 4.4: pp. 93-96 (October 1984).

51. Moore DE, Jr. Assessing the needs of adults for continuing education: a model. In Pennington FC,

editor, New Directions for Continuing Education: Assessing the Educational Needs of Adults. 1980;4:

91-98.

52. Kozoll CE, Moore DE, Jr. Professional growth vs. fiscal constraint. Community College Frontiers

1979;7.4:18-22.

53. Mazmanian PE, Moore DE, Jr., Mansfield RM, and Neal MP. Perspectives on mandatory continuing

medical education. Southern Medical Journal. 1979;72.4:378-380.

54. Pennington FC, Moore DE, Jr. Before we go further with mandatory continuing education, we must

consider these issues. Michigan Medicine 1977;76:306-309.

55. Moore DE Jr., editor. Mandatory continuing education: prospects and dilemmas for professionals.

Proceedings from the conference “Mandatory Continuing Education: Prospects and Dilemmas for

Professionals,” held February 26-27, 1976, in Chicago. Champaign, IL: Office of Continuing Education

and Public Service, University of Illinois, August 1976.

56. Pennington FC, Moore DE Jr. Issues related to mandatory continuing education for professionals.

NUEA Spectator. 1976;40:5-8.

 

 

Professional Interest Areas

Constructivist Learning Theory

Outcomes Framework

Instructional Design

Continuing Medical Education

Educational Evaluation

Graduate Medical Education

Health Education

Practice-based Learning

Planning and Assessment of Educational Activities

 

Major Contributions to Adult Education

 

  • Introduced principles of adult learning and the learning sciences into medical education
  • Developed an outcomes framework that has had widespread exposure in terms of references in articles and grant proposals as well in discussions at national CME meetings.
  • Refining the instructional design component of the outcomes framework by incorporating Ron Cervero’s synthesis work that identified five characteristics of effective CME.
  • His outcomes framework is an approach to facilitate “backwards planning,” which incorporates:
    • First, Starting with the end in mind, specifically by thinking about the desired health status of his or her patients.
    • Next, Determine what the target audience would have to be able to do in practice to achieve the desired health status for patients.
    • In many cases a specific guidelines exists. In other cases a guideline might not exist, so the educator should look to recent research or local best practice which might be described in a clinical pathway.
    • The next step is to deconstruct the guideline, research, and/or pathway into competencies, knowledge, skills and attitudes.
    • Backwards planning starts with the desired results and ends with the specification of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are the foundation of what a clinician will have to do in his or her practice to help the patient achieve the desired health status. 
  • Dr. Moore's 7 Levels of CME Outcomes Measurements (2003) for the assessment of continuous learning and traditionally is presented as a pyramid consisting of 6 different levels:  
    • 1) Participation
    • 2) Satisfaction
    • 3) Learning
    • 4) Performance
    • 5) Patient Health
    • 6) Population Health.  
  • Moore's revision of this framework in 2009 added further differentiation to Level 3, by adding:
    • 3a) Declarative knowledge
    • 3b) Procedural knowledge.

 

See references above: 21; 31; 44 

 

Additional Resources


Photo Gallery

 

  Donald E. Moore, Jr.    

Presentations

Dr. Moore has delivered over 220 presentations. The 36 presentations between 2015-2017 are listed here:

2017

1. “Bridging CME/CPD to National & International Health Education”, panel presentation with Dave

Davis, Todd Dorman and Mary Turco at Society for Academic CME 40th Annual Meeting, Scottsdale AZ,

May 18, 2017.

2. “Scholarly Practitioners in CME/CPD”, presentation to Society for Academic CME 40th Annual

Meeting, Scottsdale AZ, May 17, 2017.

3. “How learning works, Part 3: Motivation to learn and the millennial learner”, presentation to

Vanderbilt Pathology Education and Research Group, April 14, 2017

4. “Teaching in the clinical setting.” Presentation. Shade Tree Elective. Vanderbilt University,

Nashville, March 8, 2017.

5. “Addressing Cardio-vascular Mortality in Indonesia: Capacity Development and Continuing

Education”, presentation to the Reducing the Burden of Cardiovascular Disease Burden in Indonesia

Planning Group, Jakarta Indonesia, February 22, 2017.

6. “A conceptual framework for planning and assessing continuing education for physicians.”

Presentation. Annual meeting of the Alliance for Continuing Education for Health Professionals. San

Francisco CA, January 27, 2017.

7. “Education as a translational science.” Presentation. Office for Health Sciences Education and the

Academy for Excellence in Teaching Grand Rounds. January 23, 2017.

2016

8. “Sharing our Learning Community’s Work”, presentation at the Consortium for Education and

Research annual meeting in Chronic Pain, October 21, 2016. Chicago, IL.

9. “Capacity development and Immuno-oncology”. Presentation. Immuno-oncology Alliance

External Review Panel, Copenhagen, Denmark, October 11, 2016.

10. “Strengthening CPD capacity in LMICs”. Presentation. Merck-Pfizer Global Education Advisory

Board. 2016 AMEE Meeting, Barcelona, August 25, 2016.

11. “New perspectives on continuing medical education”. Panel discussion with Cortes S, Rojas A,

Pales J. 5th International Congress of Medical Education, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico, June 16,

2016.

12. “The future of continuing professional development: prospects and dilemmas.” 5th

International Congress of Medical Education, Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico, June 16, 2016.

13. “Addressing Faculty Roles in AAFP CME/CPD Activities”, American Academy of Family Physicians,

Overland Park, Kansas, May 18, 2016.

14. “How Learning Works 2: An Exploration of Perceptual Learning and Potential Implications for

Education in Pathology”. Vanderbilt Pathology Education Research Group, May13, 2016.

15. “Preparation for Future Learning and CPD”, SACME Virtual Journal Club, April 27, 2016.

16. “Adaptive Leadership and Meeting the Needs and Expectations of AAFP Members”, American

Academy of Family Physicians, Overland Park, Kansas, April 20, 2016.

17. “Use of a Standardized Exercise to Assess Medical Student Ability to Ask and Answer

Clinical Questions in a Post-Clerkship Clinical Experience.” with Cutrer WB, Estrada L,

Walker P, Walden R, Hansen B, Miller, BM, Lomis, KD. Presented at the AAMC SGEA Regional

Meeting, April, 2016.

18. “The “Master Adaptive Learner’: Applying the Conceptual Model in Continuing Professional

Development”. CPD World Congress, March 17, 2016.

19. “Strengthening the Capacity for Learning and Change in Continuing Education for Global

Health: A Call for Action” with Doyle-Scharff M. CPD World Congress, March 17, 2016.

Donald E. Moore, Jr., PhD, Curriculum Vita, 03/10/2017, page 9

20. “Planning Educational Activities for Interprofessional Clinical Teams” with Chappell K, Sherman

L. Global Alliance for Medical Education North American Meeting, San Diego California, March 16,

2016.

2015

21. “Using a Combined Model for Planning Educational Activities for Interprofessional Clinical

Teams” with Chappell K., Pavan M, Sherman L. The European CME Forum, Manchester UK,

November 12, 2015.

22. “How Learning Works 1: A Brief Review and Discussion of Current Learning Theory and

Pathology Education”. Vanderbilt Pathology Education Research Group, October 16, 2015.

23. “QIE across UME, GME and CME Opportunities for Collaboration”, Moderator, Panel Discussion

with Waechter DM (LCME), Patow C (ACGME), Regnier K (ACCME), The Alliance for CEhp Quality

Symposium, Chicago IL, September 29, 2015.

24. “The Dynamic Learning System: Enabling Individualization of student experiences while

ensuring standardized core outcomes through a systems approach”. Poster 7FF13 with Lomis

K, Russell R, Miller B. , Association for Medical Education in Europe Annual Meeting, Glasgow UK,

September 8, 2015.

25. “Faculty Interprofessional Education: Creating Alignment across the Learning and Clinical

Environments”, Symposium 7C with Balmer JT, Chappell K, Sherman L., Association for Medical

Education in Europe Annual Meeting, Glasgow UK, September 8, 2015.

26. “Short Communications: Continuing Professional Development”, Discussant, Association for

Medical Education in Europe Annual Meeting, Glasgow UK, September 7, 2015.

27. “The Emerging Concept of the “Master Adaptive Learner” in Interprofessional Continuing

Education (IPCE),” Workshop with Chappell K, Balmer JT, Cutrer WB. Global Alliance for Medical

Education, Glasgow UK, September 6, 2015.

28. “The Learning Sciences: Where They Came from and What It Means for Instructional Design,”

Group Discussion Facilitator, Learning Sciences Special Interest Group, Global Alliance for Medical

Education Annual Meeting, Glasgow UK, September 6, 2015.

29. “Achieving Higher Level Outcomes Using the Emerging Concept of the ‘Master Adaptive

Learner’”, Pre-Conference Workshop 13 with Balmer JT, Kostic M, Cutrer WB. Association for

Medical Education in Europe Annual Meeting, Glasgow UK, September 5, 2015.

30. “Master Adaptive Workplace Learner”, presentation with Cutrer WB, Health Sciences Education

Grand Rounds, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, August 8, 2015.

31. “Interprofessional Continuing Education: Considerations for Funding,” Annual Meeting Q1

Productions, June 26, 2015.

32. “Fostering the development of Master Adaptive Learners using a coached process overlaid onto 4th

year medical student clinical rotations.” With Cutrer WB, Estrada L, Miller, BM, Nanney L, Osheroff

N. Oral presentation at AAMC Southern Group on Educational Affairs Annual Meeting, April 2015.

33. “The Effectiveness of CME: A Synthesis of Systematic Reviews by Cervero and Gaines”, Society

for Academic CME Virtual Journal Club, March 6, 2015.

34. “Using the Outcomes Framework to Plan Educational Activities for Impact: A Role Play

working with a Course Director” with Chappell K, Pavan M, Sherman L. Alliance for Continuing

Education in the health Professions Annual Meeting, Grapevine TX, January 16, 2015.

35. “An International, Interprofessional, Transcultural Symposium for Healthcare Educators”,

with Chappell K, Dickerson P, Elraoush T, Sherman L. Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health

Professions Annual Meeting, Grapevine TX, January 16, 2015.

36. “Research Track Cluster #1: Competence Assessment; Knowledge Transfer at Point-of Care;

Effect of CME on Self-reported Changes”, Moderator, Alliance for Continuing Education in the

health Professions Annual Meeting, Grapevine TX, January 15, 2015.

 


References

 

https://my.vanderbilt.edu/donaldmoore/

http://www.medicineandtechnology.com/2009/06/moores-7-levels-of-cme-outcomes.html 

http://www.medicineandtechnology.com/2010/06/cme-outcomes-measurements-7-levels.html

 

 

 

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