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Marinopoulos SS, Dorman T, Ratanawongsa N, et al. Effectiveness of Continuing Medical Education. Rockville (MD): Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (US); 2007 Jan. (Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 149.)

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Appendix F: Evidence Tables

Table 1. Evidence Table. Characteristics of study design and evaluation methods in studies assessing the effectiveness of continuing medical education

Table 2. Evidence Table. Characteristics of study population and study setting in studies assessing the effectiveness of continuing medical education

Table 3. Evidence Table. Description of CME activity

Table 4. Evidence Table. Quality of studies assessing the effectiveness of continuing medical education

Table 5. Evidence Table. Quality of systematic reviews evaluating the effectiveness of simulation in medical education

Table 6. Evidence Table. Reporting of adult learning principles in studies assessing the effectiveness of continuing medical education

Table 7. Evidence Table. Effectiveness of continuing medical education on short-term and long-term knowledge outcomes

Table 8. Evidence Table. Grading of the body of evidence for the effectiveness of continuing medical education and the effectiveness of simulation in medical education

Table 9. Evidence Table. Effectiveness of continuing medical education on short-term and long-term attitude outcomes

Table 10. Evidence Table. Effectiveness Of continuing medical education on short-term and long-term skill outcomes

Table 11. Evidence Table. Effectiveness of continuing medial education on short-term and long-term practice behavior outcomes

Table 12. Evidence Table. Effectiveness of continuing medical education on short-term and long-term clinical outcomes

Table 13. Characteristics of systematic reviews evaluating the effectiveness of simulation in medical education

Table 14. Evidence Table. Results of systematic reviews evaluating the effectiveness of simulation on medical education

Table 15. Evidence Table. Effects of audience characteristics on the effectiveness of continuing medical education

Table 16. Validity and/or reliability of tools to measure the effectiveness of continuing medical education

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