For our MOC activities, how should we give learner feedback?

For MOC activities, as with other activities, feedback can be provided in many different ways.  Some providers successfully use evaluation results (like quizzes, statement reviews, etc.) by correcting learner misconceptions/responses, showing the correct responses, and providing an explanation.  This method can be done live or after the activity (asynchronously).  Some providers include a case discussion during a live activity in which the faculty share with learners the decisions made and the case outcome.  The ACCME also provides this evaluation guide to share different feedback examples for MOC activities.


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