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  • Measurement of learner outcomes at intervals ranging from immediate to 12-months
  • Analysis of the narrowing of practice gaps that is critical to accurately assessing ongoing learner needs
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Senior Educational Designer and Research Analyst
Sandra Haas Binford, MAEd
614.328.4527 direct
614.448.4788 fax
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Educational Outcomes: Outcomes Breaking New Reports

Physicians Improved Their Understanding of Chronic Pain Management with Opioid Therapy and Commit To Hearing the “Voice of the Patient”
A pre-activity survey at the CMEO Annual Chair Summit 2013 collected performance data from clinicians who affirmed that they manage patients with chronic pain. Results regarding clinicians’ assessment of “functional status,” as well as improving communication about pain, were as follows: 


After the meeting, 83% of clinicians made a strong commitment to creating and maintaining a communication dynamic with their patients about the effects of their pain on functional status (N=18). 

These preliminary findings strongly suggest that clinicians who attended the Pain Track meeting at the Annual Chair Summit had a strong desire to improve their communications with their patients who have chronic pain…pain that interferes with their daily function.  We believe that this finding also intensely implies that the “voice of the patient” is being heard by our learners.


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