Table 1

GP and MOA attendance at the five different PSP learning modules
Learning Module Topic Area 2008-091 2009-10 2010-11 TOTAL (Across Years)
N %2 N % N % N %
GP Respondents
Advanced Access 107 49.8 45 15.4 5 1.3 157 17.7
Chronic Disease Management 55 25.6 92 31.5 32 8.4 179 20.2
Patient Self-Management 45 20.9 37 12.7 12 3.2 94 10.6
Group Medical Visits 25 11.6 48 16.4 26 6.8 99 11.2
Adult Mental Health3 n/a n/a 136 46.6 329 86.6 465 52.4
AMH 3–6 Month Follow-up n/a n/a 37 n/a 74 n/a 111 n/a
Yearly Total Across Topics4 215 - 292 - 380 - 887 -
MOA Respondents
Advanced Access 81 50.3 25 17.7 3 2.9 109 26.9
CDM 42 26.1 66 46.8 18 17.5 126 31.1
Patient Self-Management 31 19.3 21 14.9 6 5.8 58 14.3
Group Medical Visits 20 12.4 30 21.3 14 13.6 64 15.8
Adult Mental Health n/a n/a 37 26.2 74 71.8 111 27.4
Yearly Total Across Topics (4) 161 - 141 - 103 - 405 -

Notes:

1 The years are April 1 to March 31.

2 The % is of the Yearly Total; entries in this column give the distribution by topic area and sum to more than 100% (see Note 4 below).

3 This module was implemented in the Fall of 2009; the 3–6 month follow-up surveys began in Nov 2009.

4 The total number of respondents across topic areas is the number of GPs/MOAs in the given year and does not equal the sum of the number of respondents across topic areas. This is because some participants attended learning modules that presented combined topic areas and they are counted in each topic area.

MacCarthy et al.

MacCarthy et al. BMC Medical Education 2012 12:110   doi:10.1186/1472-6920-12-110

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