Test Item Writing - EBR 2016

Thank you for your contributions to EBR 2016!

In recognition of the learning that occurs as a part of your authoring process, we are happy to offer CME credit for your work. The Endocrine Society, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council on Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians, designates this test item writing activity for a maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) ™.

Please complete a short online evaluation, which will provide you with a chance to reflect on your authoring experience and also help us ensure that this educational activity continues to meet your learning needs. Please click here to complete the survey, which should take you 3 minutes to complete, and claim your CME.

If you have any questions, please contact Kristen Ndure, Manager, Self-Assessment, Education, at kndure@endocrine.org.

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My knowledge in the field of endocrine physiology and pathophysiology.
My skills in identifying the strengths and weaknesses of scientific test items.
My communication about content and to provide rationale for drafted cases during the peer-review process.
My ability to integrate peer-review feedback into question writing.
My ability to provide clear and concise learning objectives linked to a curriculum/content blueprint appropriate for the activity’s audience of learners.
My ability to select appropriate literature support for peers and learners to reinforce educational value through subsequent self-directed learning.
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Expanded your medical knowledge and/or enhanced clinical practice skills.
Will affect patient outcomes in my practice.
Was relevant to my clinical practice.
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