Educational design included a “test, then teach” approach to elicit cognitive dissonance, with evidence-based feedback provided following each learner response. A repeated pairs pre-/post-assessment study design with 3 case-based questions and 1 confidence question was used. A chi-square test and Cramer’s V (<0.05 no effect; 0.06-0.15 small effect, 0.16-0.30 medium effect, >0.30 large effect) were used to measure educational impact. Data were collected from February 4, 2019 to March 4, 2019.In total, 84 ENDOs and 415 PCPs answered all pre-/post-assessment questions and were included in the analysis. In addition, 33% of ENDOs and 35% of PCPs reported increased confidence interpreting and using glucose data from an AGP report.

This study demonstrates the success of interactive, case-based education on improving interpretation and clinical application of data from an AGP report. Future education on this topic should focus on different patient case scenarios in cardiology in order to give cardiologists a chance to apply guidelines and data to various types of patients in real-world clinical scenarios.


A. Larkin: None. M. LaCouture: None. A. Le: None.


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