What follows are three types of outcomes assessment that you may not have seen before or seriously considered for implementation in your practice of CEHP. This list includes one simple, less expensive method, and two methods that require additional resources, training and expertise.
Your chart is bad if you have to explain it. Pie charts work best to explain comparative parts of a whole, but they’re rarely used that way.
Many of us recognize our own needs for continuing professional development on this topic, and one section of the Alliance National Learning Competencies provides a framework to help us build greater confidence and expertise with respect to outcomes: Area 3.
Posters are a popular presentation format for illustrating research and clinical vignette outcomes. They can efficiently communicate concepts and data to an audience using a combination of visuals and text. However, the actual presentation of the activity design and outcomes data can vary greatly.
This concluding article in the Almanac biostatistics series, which targets the beginning-level learner, concludes as it started: with a restatement of the objectives of the articles.