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Table 3 Participants and evaluations by location, delivery method and number of CME points, Nov 2012 - Dec 2013

From: Development, implementation and evaluation of Australia’s first national continuing medical education program for the timely diagnosis and management of dementia in general practice

Workshop City (State) Metro/Rural 40 Point CME 2 Point CME
Participants Evaluationsa Participants Evaluationsa
Adelaide North (South Australia) metro 23 20   
Ballina (New South Wales) rural 25 8   
Bendigo (Victoria) rural 13 1   
Darwin (Northern Territory) metro 47 38   
Deakin (Australian Capital Territory) rural 23 22   
Dubbo (New South Wales) rural 39 7   
Geelong (Victoria) rural 16 8   
Launceston (Tasmania) rural 29 16   
Leederville (Western Australia) rural 15 13   
Lithgow (New South Wales) rural 13 3   
Preston (Victoria) rural 15 15   
Traralgon (Victoria) rural 24 15   
GPCE - Sydney (New South Wales) metro 24 22 156 258a
GPCE - Perth (Western Australia) metro 14 14 99 209a
GPCE - Brisbane (Queensland) metro 15 15 76 144a
GPCE - Melbourne (Victoria) metro 22 19 113 189a
Online ND 252 252 183 183a
Total 609 488 627 983a
TTT Preston (Victoria) rural 11 11   
TTT Sydney (New South Wales) metro 3 0   
Total 14 11   
  1. CME Continuing medical education, TTT Train-the trainer; \: Not applicable; ND: data not available aparticipants could undertake more than one 2 point CME activity and could therefore provide more than one evaluation