2017 CAPS Evaluation & Questionnaire

Questions with an asterisk (*) must be answered.

* 1. Please identify if you are a:

For questions 3 through 7 please select the number that reflects your assessment of each of the following aspects of the 2016 CAPS annual meeting:

* 3. Annual Meeting Content: Relevance to my job

* 4. Annual Meeting Content: Compatibility with my expectations

* 5. Annual Meeting Format: Presentations, Discussions, Audience Size, Interactive sessions.

* 6. Perceived Learning: How would you rate the amount you have learned in this meeting compared to similar meetings?

* 7. Overall rating of this meeting.

* 8. Comments?

* 9. On a scale from 1 (Not satisfactory) to 5 (Extremely satisfactory), please rate the following components of the venue?

  1-Not at all satisfactory 2 3-Satisfactory 4 5-Extremely satisfactory
Location
Conference Hall
Poster display areas
Lighting
Audio-Visual equipment
Refreshments
Facilities
Venue staff

* 10. On a scale from 1 (least valuable) to 5 (most valuable), please rate how valuable each meeting component is to you.

  1-Least valuable 2 3-Valuable 4 5-Most valuable Did not attend
Oral Scientific Sessions
CAPS Quality & Safety Session and 3rd Annual Ein Panel
JPS-Fred MacLeod Lecture (Dr. Riccardo Superina)
Poster Podium Presentation Session
CAPSNET/CBAR Update
Video/Techniques Session
Update From CAPS Research Committee
CAPS Global Partnership
CAPS Education Session: “Controversies in Pediatric Surgery: Lunchtime Case Discussions”
Date: Thursday October 5, 2017
Time: 1:30 pm
Type of Learning Activity: Information Session
Title: CAPSNET/CBAR
Presenter: Dr. Erik Skarsgard, Dr. Jean-Martin Laberge

* 11. For the CAPSNET/CBAR update please rate your level of agreement with the statements below, on a scale of 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree)

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neither Agree nor Disagree Agree Strongly Agree N/A
The session met the stated learning objectives
The content met my learning needs
Potential conflicts of interest were clearly communicated

* 12. Did you perceive commercial bias in the session?

* 13. Sufficient time was allocated for interactive learning

* 14. Describe at least two ways you intend to change your practice as a result of attending the CAPSNET & CBAR updates.

Date: Friday October 6, 2017
Time: 9:15 am
Type of Learning Activity: Plenary Speaker
Title: The JPS-Fred MacLeod Lecture
Presenter: Dr. Riccardo Superina

* 15. For the JPS-Fred MacLeod Lecture please rate your level of agreement with the statements below, on a scale of 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree)

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neither Agree nor Disagree Agree Strongly Agree N/A
The session met the stated learning objectives
The content met my learning needs
Potential conflicts of interest were clearly communicated

* 16. Did you perceive commercial bias in the session?

* 17. Sufficient time was allocated for interactive learning

* 18. Describe at least two ways you intend to change your practice as a result of attending the JPS-Fred MacLeod Lecture.

Date: Friday October 6, 2017
Time: 10:45 am
Type of Learning Activity: Plenary Speaker
Title: CAPS Quality and Safety Session and Third Annual Ein Panel
Presenter: Captain Claudia Gerstle & Dr. Edward Hickey

* 19. For the CAPS Quality & Safety and third annual Ein panel please rate your level of agreement with the statements below, on a scale of 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree)

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neither Agree nor Disagree Agree Strongly Agree N/A
The session met the stated learning objectives
The content met my learning needs
Potential conflicts of interest were clearly communicated

* 20. Describe at least two ways you intend to change your practice as a result of attending the CAPS Quality & Safety and the Third annual Ein panel.

* 21. Did you perceive commercial bias in the session?

* 22. Sufficient time was allocated for interactive learning

Date: Saturday October 7, 2017
Time: 9:50 am
Type of Learning Activity: Information
Title: CAPS Global Partnership
Presenter: Introduction by Dr. Geoff Blair

* 23. For the Global Partnership session please rate your level of agreement with the statements below, on a scale of 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree)

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neither Agree nor Disagree Agree Strongly Agree N/A
The session met the stated learning objectives
The content met my learning needs
Potential conflicts of interest were clearly communicated

* 24. Did you perceive commercial bias in the session?

* 25. Sufficient time was allocated for interactive learning

* 26. Describe at least two ways you intend to change your practice as a result of attending the CAPS Global Partnership Session.

Date: Saturday October 7, 2017
Time: 12:15 pm
Type of Learning Activity:Education
Title: Lunchtime Case Discussions
Presenter: Introduction by Dr. Geoff Blair

* 27. For the Education Session: "Lunchtime Case Discussions" please rate your level of agreement with the statements below, on a scale of 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree)

  Strongly Disagree Disagree Neither Agree nor Disagree Agree Strongly Agree N/A
The session met the stated learning objectives
The content met my learning needs
Potential conflicts of interest were clearly communicated

* 28. Did you perceive commercial bias in the session?

* 29. Sufficient time was allocated for interactive learning

* 30. Describe at least two ways you intend to change your practice as a result of attending the CAPS Lunchtime Case Discussions.

* 31. What was the most effective part of the meeting? Please tell us why.

* 32. What was the least effective part of the meeting? Please tell us why.

* 33. How closely were the following outlined meeting objectives met?

  1-Not met 2 3-Met satisfactorily 4 5-Exceeded Expectations
Present current updates on advances in clinical paediatric surgery
Present current updates on advances in the pathophysiology of paediatric surgical disorders
Provide for group discussion on controversial issues in pediatric surgery
Discussion of presented scientific papers and posters
Presentation and discussion on ethical and legal issues
Presentation and discussion on patient safety issues
Presentation and discussion on quality issues

* 34. This activity has respected the code of ethics of parties involved in continuing medical education. CMA Code of Ethics

* 35. This activity has respected the policy of the Canadian Medical Association: interaction with the pharmaceutical industry: directives for physicians. Physician-Industry Interaction

* 36. Did you perceive any commercial bias in any part of the meeting or by any of the speakers?

* 37. How could this meeting have been improved?

* 38. Please list topics you'd like to hear about for future meetings.

* 39. Please list possible speakers you'd like to hear from.

* 40. Do you have any additional comments or suggestions?

* 41. Please indicate which CanMEDS roles you felt were addressed during this meeting (please check all that apply).

 
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