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For CME Grand Rounds at Alaska Native Medical Center, Alaska
Regional Hospital, and Providence Hospital
This survey was conducted from 1/1/01 to 3/1/01, one year after
initiation of the new grand rounds format administered in
conjunction with the Alaska Chapter ACP. The survey was distributed
to all members of the departments of medicine at the participating
institutions and to attendees at grand rounds. The purpose of the
survey was to get an overview of how the new Internal Medicine
grand rounds format is perceived by our audience, above and beyond
the individual evaluations of each lecture that were conducted
The total number of respondents was 61. We did not attempt to
separate the responses by institution, since our aim was to
evaluate the program as a whole.
1. Compared to the Old Style, How Do You Rank Our Current
2. Since the New Grand Rounds Format Began On 1/1/00 are You
More or Less Likely to Attend? Chart
3. How Free of Commercial Bias are the New Style Grand Rounds
Compared to the Old Style? Chart
4. How Well are the Current Grand Rounds Meeting Your
Educational Expectations and Needs? Chart
The survey also included a solicitation of suggestions for
future grand rounds topics, and a space for general comments. It
was particularly gratifying to receive quite a few suggestions for
future programs. It has in the past been difficult to obtain
suggestions from the audience for future programs.