November 12, 2009
The evaluation of Partnerships for Quality Education (PQE) consisted of a survey of 63 project directors in order to define the specific managed care competencies and related patient care tasks that residence program directors expected residents to learn as a result of the new training.
January 2, 2007
Achieving Competence Today (ACT) was a program of Partnerships for Quality Education, a national initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Michael Yedidia, Ph.D., and Colleen Gillespie, Ph.D., of Rutgers University conducted an evaluation of ACT through a post-training survey of ACT II learners, and pre- and post-training study of ACT III learners and leaders.