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What topics would you like to see addressed at future sponsors conferences?

The above.
Specialty credit requirements
Needs Assessments made easier
Outcomes measurements, FAQ session, use of technology
Outcome measures and reporting
Examination of guidelines and how to comply with them. How to use the new reporting system. Best practices for CME Records in the sponsor office. Sharing sessions.
continued fine tuning of pre and post testing.
Trends in CME, common problems seen in compliance. Introductions to changes in three year programs, technology, etc.
Anything that is more relevant and TIMELY.
I'd like to understand how it all works for myself. I find it confusing when someone else tries to explain something to me. I'm better off learning it firsthand--which is why I was planning to attend the next conference.
Discuss proposed rules changes and potential consequences PRIOR to their implementation.
Use of a variety of technologies to engage learners
Specialty credits: how to apply for specialty credits, how they are approved, what the process is to get approval, how to know what qualifies, etc.
Document Survey Review: step by step "how to", explaining the requirements in plain English (with examples).
For those new to CME processes: how to submit a program for approval, what is required and how to generate/report that material.
I think "workshop" type lectures would be helpful... Actually have roundtables to show us how AOA would like the Needs Assessment, program, etc. to look.
specifics regarding pre/post testing; creating outcome measures
MOC and OCC and single path accreditation
Clarification of specialty credit requirements for non-physician speakers. (Regsitered or certified non-doctoral and/or mid-level provider speakers.)
Sharing of program schedule samples that work (50 minute talks with a 10 minute break between each class, or one hour talks with a 10 or 15 minute break every two hours, etc.)
Negotiating A/V and meal costs
Website syllabi vs. printed syllabi
Incorporating new technologies in CME programs
How to engage physician audiences
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