CCPR2019DepressionSurvey

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1. Choose the activity you are evaluating.
2. Did the content of this activity meet this stated learning objective? #1: Identify the role of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in treating children and adolescents with depression.
3. Did the content of this activity meet this stated learning objective? #2. Describe the strengths and weaknesses of the current medications used to treat depression in children and adolescents.
4. Did the content of this activity meet this stated learning objective? #3. Determine how to conceptualize clinical questions and the differences among kinds of research evidence that can help answer clinical questions.
5. Did the content of this activity meet this stated learning objective? #4. Summarize some of the current findings in the literature regarding psychiatric treatment for children and adolescents.
6. On a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the highest, how do you rank the overall quality of this educational activity?
7. As a result of meeting the learning objectives of this educational activity, will you be changing your practice behavior in a manner that improves your patient care?
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