Can rational prescribing be improved by an outcome-based educational approach? A randomized trial completed in Iran.

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INTRODUCTION An outcome-based education approach has been proposed to develop more effective continuing medical education (CME) programs. We have used this approach in developing an outcome-based educational intervention for general physicians working in primary care (GPs) and evaluated its effectiveness compared with a concurrent CME program in the field… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/chp.20051

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@article{Esmaily2010CanRP, title={Can rational prescribing be improved by an outcome-based educational approach? A randomized trial completed in Iran.}, author={Hamideh M Esmaily and Ivan L Silver and Shadi Shiva and Alireza Gargani and Nasrin Maleki-Dizaji and Abdullah Ali Nasser Al-Maniri and Rolf A Wahlstrom}, journal={The Journal of continuing education in the health professions}, year={2010}, volume={30 1}, pages={11-8} }