2019 GSR Annual Meeting
Save the Date!
May 31 - June 2, 2019
6th Annual Basic and Clinical Immunology for the Busy Clinician: An Immunology Boot Camp
Past Meetings
2018 GSR Annual Meeting
June 1-3, 2018
Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island

Gap Analysis and Educational Objectives

Contact Info, Bio, Itinerary | Educational Objectives | AV, Final Presentation, Handouts | Disclosure

Speaker Name: *
Email Address: *
Required entries with every submission*

In accordance with ACCME Planning Policies, please identify the following in relation to your presentation topic(s):

Best Practice - A best practice may be from a national guideline or consensus statement from a credible organization, from peer-reviewed medical literature where more than one source agree on the practice, or from the considered opinion of the expert-planner in the case when no published guideline exists. This becomes the end-goal for your presentation(s).

Current Practice - You can determine this based on interviews (formal or informal) with members of the target audience, a questionnaire, or a published article that reports on findings from learners. THE KEY IS TO GO BEYOND EXPERT PERCEPTION OF THE GAP AND TO INCLUDE THE PERCEPTION OF THE LEARNER.

Gap - This resulting gap is based on the difference between best practice and current practice. Indicate the type of gap (please check all that apply):

   Learners lacked knowledge (K)
   Learners lacked competence (C)
   Learners couldn't implement in practice or performance (P)

The GSR Education Committee has provided you with basic objectives for the topic(s) that you will be presenting. As an expert in the field however, please expand upon the provided objectives by completing this form. Objectives should include a verb that is chosen to describe something a physician will do in practice (and not what the teacher will teach). For example, do not use verbs such as "discuss" or "describe, learn or understand." Use words such as "apply, develop a strategy to..., etc." Ensure that the objective clearly states a standard against which one can judge the success in achieving the objective. You must provide objectives for each talk.

Title of Presentation 1: 

Upon completion of this lecture/workshop/panel, the participant should be able to:
Example: administer ABC procedure so that patients see a decrease in ABC symptom

If you have more than one presentation, please continue with objectives for presentations two and three. Otherwise, please skip to the last question at the bottom of this form.
Title of Presentation 2: 

Upon completion of this lecture/workshop/panel, the participant should be able to:

Title of Presentation 3: 

Upon completion of this lecture/workshop/panel, the participant should be able to:

In an effort to focus our funding efforts, please assist us by listing companies that might find your topic(s) of interest and might want to support the meeting financially: