Evaluation of the Learning Activity

Please assist us to assess the effectiveness of this nursing continuing education activity, and assist us to plan for future offerings by completing this Post Activity Evaluation.  The Certificate of Activity Completion with the earned number of contact hours follows the last question.

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1. Have the Planners of this learning activity disclosed in writing or verbally a possible conflict of interest or lack thereof?

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2. Was this learning activity presented without bias pertaining to commercial products, services, or drugs?

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3. Please rate how well the Planners were accessible/available to answer your questions or concerns (by phone, in person, or by email).

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4. Please rate the learning environment-- online capacity, ease of using online learning materials, IT support availability.

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5. The overall goal of this learning activity is to explore research, practice and
policy that promotes positive socially-just mental health and encourages the development of community & organizational interventions while addressing social determinants of health & health disparities for marginalized individuals.

Please describe how you plan to integrate at least one concept regarding social determinants of health & health disparities, and/or acting as an advocate for change into your professional practice setting or specialty:

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6. What part of the conference was of most importance to you?

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7. Please answer the remaining questions for the sessions you attended:

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8. To what extent did Dr. Singer & Norah Kilpatrick engage participants? (Health Promotion with Detained Youth)

  Excellent Good Fair Poor Not Applicable
Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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9. To what extent did Drs. Fuentes, Hartman & Reisdorff engage participants? (Approaches to Breaking the Revolving Door Effect for Jail Residents & returning Citizens)

  Excellent Good Fair Poor Not Applicable
Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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10. To what extent did Drs. Gold, Wong, Scott, E. Gilchrist, S. Kirchner, L. Snapper & T. Kenworthy engage participants? (Stakeholder Readiness to Sustain & Advance Integrated MH care in Primary Care) 

  Excellent Good Fair Poor Not Applicable
Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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11. To what extent did Drs. Peterman, Scott, Langhinrichsen-Rohling, C. Dillon-Cody, L. Snapper & F. Richie engage participants? (Integrating Mental Health Care into Primary Care: Coming together to Meet Community Needs)

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Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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12. To what extent did Dr. Yearwood & E. Tomaszewski engage participants? (Global Mental Health).

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Encouraged discussion
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Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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13. To what extent did Dr. Goodkind engage participants? (Creating Sustainable Social Change to Improve Mental Health)

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Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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14. To what extent did Sally Raphel engage participants? (A Force for Policy Change). 

  Excellent Good Fair Poor Not Applicable
Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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15. To what extent did Drs. Handrup, Yingling, Kahn McLeigh, & A. Ware & engage participants? (Telehealth in the time of COVID-19)

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Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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16. To what extent did Dr. Singer engage participants? (Equal Opportunity Oppression: Insights on Correctional Enforcement)

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Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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17. To what extent did Dr. Agha engage participants? (Using Vignettes to Examine the BH Needs of Resettled Syrian Woman). 

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Encouraged discussion
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Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
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18. To what extent did Dr. Swenson engage participants? (Woman's Depression & PTSD in Rural Ghana)

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Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
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19. To what extent did Drs. Bickett, Peterman, L. Snapper, M. Gigler & F. Richie engage participants? (Prioritizing Integrated Behavioral Heath: Practice & Perspectives at an FMC)

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Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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20. To what extent did Drs. Reed, Kent, Pitts, & Richardson engage participants? (Moving Beyond Trauma-Informed Care: The KISS model)

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Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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21. To what extent did Dr. Moss engage participants? (Community-Based Comprehensive Care)

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Encouraged discussion
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Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
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22. To what extent did Drs. Swenson, Pratt, C. Ketron, D. Douglass engage participants. (Developing a Comuunity-Based Infrastructure in Rural Ghana to Facilitate Nutrition)

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Encouraged discussion
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Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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23. To what extent did Drs. Burzynski, Rowen & E. Tomaszewski engage participants. (Lessons Learned from HIV: Responding to CONID 19))

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Encouraged discussion
Addressed questions from participants
Is knowledgeable about the topic(s)
Used effective teaching methods

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24. Please total the number of Contact Hours earned and record the number on your certificate of completion (not to exceed 8 hours)

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25. Please provide any additional comments, suggestions, and/or topic ideas here:

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