1. What is your overall rating of this course?

2. What degree(s) do you have? (check all that apply)

3. How many short courses have you taken?

4. What percentage of the material in this course was new to you?

5. How would you rate participant involvement in this course?

6. How valuable were the course syllabus and handouts?

7. How likely are you to use what you have learned in this course...

  Very likely Somewhat likely Neither likely nor unlikely Somewhat unlikely Unlikely
in your research?
in your teaching?
in your clinical work

8. Was the course what you expected given the description in the conference materials?

9. Would you recommend this course to a colleague who is interested in the topic?

10. For whom would you recommend this course?

11. CME Required Questions

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neutral Agree Strongly Agree
1. The content was objective and balanced.
2. The content was evidence-based.
3. The type of evidence was identified.
4. The source of evidence was identified.
5. There was no inappropriate commercial bias toward any product.

12. This course should be offered:

13. Please rate the faculty: A. Brett Hauber, PhD

  Excellent Good Moderate Weak Poor
Enthusiasm
Knowledge
Presentation Skills

14. Please rate the faculty: John F.P. Bridges, PhD

  Excellent Good Moderate Weak Poor
Enthusiasm
Knowledge
Presentation Skills

15. What were the best things about the course?

16. What aspects of the course needed improvement?

17. If you had additional time, what other short courses would you take?

  2nd choice 3rd choice 4th choice
FD 1. CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF MULTIPLE TREATMENT COMPARISONS FOR HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENTS
FD 2. EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS FOR DECISION MAKING
AM 01. SMDM CORE COURSE: INTRODUCTION TO COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS
AM 02. SMDM CORE COURSE: INTRODUCTION TO SHARED DECISION MAKING AND PATIENT DECISION AIDS
AM 04. SMDM CORE COURSE: INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY OF MEDICAL DECISION MAKING
AM 05. A BEGINNERS’ GUIDE TO THE ART AND SCIENCE OF STATED-PREFERENCE METHODS
AM 08. INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEM DYNAMICS FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES
AM 10. METHODS OF DISEASE MODEL CALIBRATION: THEORY AND PRACTICE
AM 11. MODELLING SURVIVAL DATA FOR DECISION ANALYSIS
AM 12. MULTI-CRITERIA DECISION ANALYSIS METHODS FOR MEDICAL DECISION MAKING
AM 13. STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING FOR BEGINNERS
PM 01. ADVANCED EVIDENCE-BASED DIAGNOSIS (ROC CURVES, INTERVAL LIKELIHOOD RATIOS, AND BIAS IN TEST ACCURACY STUDIES)
PM 02. ADVANCED META-ANALYSIS FOR HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT: SYNTHESIS METHODS FOR COMPLEX DATASETS
PM 03. ADVANCED TOPICS IN DECISION ANALYTIC MODELING
PM 04. ANALYZING PERSON-LEVEL COST-EFFECTIVENESS DATA: ESTIMATES AND UNCERTAINTY
PM 05. CAN WE TALK? MANAGING DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS
PM 06. COMMUNITY-BASED PARTICIPATORY RESEARCH (CBPR): DEFINITIONS AND IMPLICATIONS FOR TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH
PM 07. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS
PM 08. INTRODUCTION TO AGENT-BASED SIMULATION MODELING IN HEALTH CARE
PM 09. INTRODUCTION TO DESIGNING EVIDENCE-BASED PATIENT DECISION AIDS
PM 10. MEASURING PATIENT AND PHYSICIAN PREFERENCES TO INFORM BENEFIT-RISK ANALYSIS
PM 13. VALUE OF INFORMATION ANALYSIS: A BEGINNERS' GUIDE
PM 14. WHY DO PHYSICIANS NOT MAKE RATIONAL, EVIDENCE-BASED DECISIONS?

18. Were there any short courses not offered that you would like to see in the future?

19. Any other comments:

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