Poor Fair Good Excellent
Content (what was said)
Delivery (how it was said)
Learning goals established at beginning of presentation or via handout
Organization of materials
Appropriate depth of presentation
Appropriate discussion of critically appraised evidence
Enthusiasm; dynamic style of presentation
Quality and effectiveness of visual aids
Relevance to audience interests

Commercial bias is defined as a personal judgment in favor of a specific proprietary business interest of an entity that produces, markets, sells, or distributes healthcare goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients. It is important that CE activities accredited by the University of Wisconsin - Madison Interprofessional Continuing Education Partnership be free of commercial bias.