GastroANP Course Evaluation

In accordance with NANCEAC course accreditation requirements, please evaluate the GastroANP continuing education course you have just completed.  The survey is 10 questions long and will take you approximately 5 minutes to complete. Thank you! 

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* 1. I attest that I completed the 2020 Gastroenterology Conference continuing education event of Saturday, October 17, for 1 CEU (Bile Acids and the Microbiome).
My name is: (please type first and last name in the text box below)

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* 2. Please rate the effectiveness of the CE activity in fulfilling the learning objectives.  As a result of attending this activity, I am better able to:

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Define how bile acids/receptors impact many different body/organ systems and the microbiome, and how specific bacteria affect bile acids
Describe the complex physiology of bile acids and the receptors they activate
Review how bile acids can be used to treat disease beyond IBS

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* 3. This activity increased my knowledge.

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* 4. This activity increased my competence.  Competence is defined as the ability to apply knowledge, skills, and judgment in practice (knowing how to do something).

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* 5. Do you feel the activity was free of commercial bias or influence? Commercial bias is defined as a personal judgment in favor of a specific product or service of a commercial entity.

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* 6. Please identify how you will change your practice as a result of attending this activity (select all that apply).

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* 7. The content of this activity matched my current (or potential) scope of practice.

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* 8. How might the format of this activity be improved for the content presented (select all that apply)?

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* 9. Overall, were the speakers knowledgeable regarding the content?

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* 10. Please identify any knowledge gaps or clinical situations that you find difficult to manage or resolve that you would like to see addressed in future educational activities:

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