Professional Practice Gap
PeerPoint Accreditation Manual
- Intro to PeerPoint and Adult Learning
- Intro to ACCME
- Documentation and Information Requirements for CME Accreditation
- The CME BackOffice Application – Logistics
- Accreditation Checklist
- Disclosure by Presenter/Author
- Disclosure and Review of Financial Relationships
- Education Planning
- Processes for the disclosure of Relevant Financial Relationships and Resolution of Potential Conflicts of Interests.
- Appendix A: Standards for Standards for Integrity and Independence in Accredited Continuing Education℠
- Appendix B: Glossary and Terms
- Content Review and Validation Process for Accreditation
- Content Validation Criteria
- Review of Financial Relationship for Potential Conflict of Interest
- Team and Agenda Manager Process
- Conflict of Interest Sample Resolution Form
Professional Practice Gaps are the description of a problem in practice, the difference between ACTUAL (what is happening) and IDEAL (what should be happening) concerning physician knowledge, competence, performance and/or patient outcomes.
Professional Practice Gaps exist when:
- Physicians don’t know something (Knowledge).
- Physicians don’t know how to do something (Competence).
- Physicians don’t do something in their practice (Performance).
- Physicians’ patients don’t do as well as they could (Patient outcomes).