In CME terms, what is the difference between knowledge, competence and performance?

Knowledge: What an individual does or does not know.

Competence: Skills and abilities – What an individual “knows,” put into action.

Performance: The application of action in actual practice with real patient, research, executive and/or administrate outcomes.


CME Watch

AOE’s video blog that provides updates on the CME/CE industry. AOE’s Managing Director Annika Gill gives insights on CME/CE current events and best practices.

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Weekly Compliance Tip

I’m working on our CPE goal and mission statements.  What’s the difference between them?

Both a goal and a mission statement are required by the ACPE, and there is a difference!  According to…

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