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J Eur CME. 2017 Sep 18;6(1):1375377. doi: 10.1080/21614083.2017.1375377. eCollection 2017.

CIS (change impact score) - a novel outcome measurement tool to quantify the relevance of medical education interventions on professional performance.

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Medical Department, OmniaMed Deutschland GmbH, Munich, Germany.

Abstract

Outcome measurements play a key role in professional CME (Continuing Medical Education). While assessment of delegate satisfaction and knowledge transfer is a common standard, it appears desirable to address higher levels of evidence. However, measurement of competence and performance is considered complex, difficult and expensive. The CIS (Change Impact Score) is a novel instrument to predict the relevance of the educational intervention to the professional performance of the physician, based on a standardised on-site self-assessment.

KEYWORDS:

CIS (change impact score); CME (continuing medical education); education quality; outcome assessment; physician performance

Conflict of interest statement

Vera Wenzel PhD and Laura Marie Taatz are employees of OmniaMed Deutschland GmbH; Götz-Johannes Peiseler MD is consultant to OmniaMed Deutschland GmbH.

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