Table 1

Summary of continuing medical education (CME) programs, June 2009 – August 2010
CME partner and activity Date, audience and promotions Pre-activity questions
Activity 1: Maryland Academy of Family Physicians, 2009 Annual CME Assembly; Drug –nutrient interactions 6/09 Conference attendees, primarily family physicians in the mid-Atlantic 5 interspersed questions using an audience response system
Activity 2: Audio-Digest Pediatrics on Atypical antipsychotics in children 8/09-8/10 Subscribers, practitioners who care for children, approximately 75% physicians 10 questions submitted by mail, fax, or website
Activity 3: Audio-Digest Special Topics on Atypical antipsychotics in children * 8/09-8/10 Responders to free CME post on the Audio-Digest homepage; American Academy of Pediatrics newsletter feature 10 questions submitted via website
Activity 4: Medscape CME on Atypical antipsychotics in children * 11/09-1/10 Participants in Medscape’s Psychiatry and Mental Health listserv with multiple cross-posts 6 web-based interspersed questions
Activity 5: Medscape CME on Medication-related weight gain * 5/10-8/10 Participants in Medscape’s Preventive Medicine and Public Health listserv with multiple cross-posts; American College of Preventive Medicine feature 4 web-based interspersed questions
Activity 6: Food and Drug Administration Scientific Rounds on Autism 5/10 FDA employees with regulatory and clinical interests 3 questions using an audience response system, 1 which was developed to better understand responses from prior CME programs

*Three of the activities may be viewed online [12-14].

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