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1= Poor: Provided no new knowledge or strategies I can apply 2= Fair: Provided minimal new knowledge with limited strategies I can apply 3= Neutral: Reinforced current knowledge and strategies I currently apply 4= Good: Addressed gaps in knowledge and offered some strategies I will consider applying 5= Excellent: Addressed gaps in knowledge and offered strategies I will apply
Peter Kent, MD
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As a result of attending this activity can you determine which common lab tests are involved in the evaluation of rheumatic diseases
As a result of attending this activity can you identify signs and symptoms of some rheumatic diseases as they relate to ordering lab tests
As a result of attending this activity can you apply strategies to help avoid the pitfalls of ordering rheumatic lab tests with a focus on ANA
Program was free of commercial bias
Appropriate disclosure of conflict of interest was made for each speaker, author and/or planner
Educational content covered was balanced and evidenced-based
Information provided was relevant to your scope of practice
Instructional methods used during this activity appropriate for the content and audience