Step 1 of 3 33% Username Email Address Name HiddenConYear HiddenActID Evaluating the Assembly OverallSelect the appropriate rating for each statementIndicate the main reason you participated in this activity (select only one)* It was a local educational activity. For the SUD CME Presentations I was interested in the topics. The speakers seemed highly qualified on the subject matter. To meet CME requirements Did the conference meet your expectations (confirming your reason to register)?* Yes No What could we have included to meet your expectations?*How might the format of this activity be improved in order to be most appropriate for the content presented?*Check all that apply. Include more casebased presentations Add breakouts forsubtopics Add a hands-on instructional component Schedule more timefor Q&A Format was appropriate nochanges needed Other Was the information provided practical and applicable to your practice?* Yes No Overall value* Excellent Good Fair Poor Quality of educational content* Excellent Good Fair Poor Met stated learning objectives* Excellent Good Fair Poor Relevance/applicability to practice* Excellent Good Fair Poor Overall quality of presenters* Excellent Good Fair Poor Selection of topics* Excellent Good Fair Poor Content was evidence based* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Content addressed current pressing issues* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Promoted improvements or quality in healthcare* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree You were made aware that all involved in the planning and implementation of the activity had no financial relationship(s) with ineligible companies whose primary business is producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing healthcare products used by or on patients.* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree You did not hear any promotion of any products or any discussion on the use of non-approved FDA items during the conference.* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Did you perceive commercial bias or influence?* Yes No Please explain commercial bias or influence, if any*HiddenWhat percentage of the content during the education did you already know prior to attending?* 0-25% 26-50% 51-99% 100% Do you intend to apply any of the techniques or apply any of the knowledge discussed today?* Yes No I foresee barriers in implementingwhat I learned The content may improve performancein my practice As a result of my participation, the most likely change/new strategy I will implement in my practice is (select all that apply):* Modify treatment/managementapproaches Apply the latest guidelines Change screening, diagnostictesting, and/or prevention practices Change in pharmacologicaltherapy (or therapies) Change in nonpharmacologicaltherapy (or therapies) Incorporate different diagnosis strategies Use alternative communicationmethodologies withpatients and families Implement new procedures to improveefficiency/accuracy ofbusiness practices Information presented reinforcedcurrent practice/procedures I need more information before I will change my practice Describe the barriers of implement what you have learned, if any-HiddenFuture CME Activities - ClinicalWhat patient care (CLINICAL) challenges do you see in the exam room that you don't feel properly prepared to address?HiddenFuture CME Activities - NonclinicalWhat business-related (NONCLINICAL) challenges do you have in your practice that you don't feel properly prepared to address?HiddenOptional - Permission to submit your CME credit to North Carolina or Tennessee State Boards (using your NPI number provided during registration)The SMA is participating in a pilot program with the ACCME to report earned CME credit for physicians who are licensed in North Carolina or Tennessee. Do you grant permission for SMA to report your earned CME credits on your behalf? Yes No HiddenState Board or NIP Number(s)Please indicate the State(s) in which you are board certified, and provide your State ID number, and/or your NPI Number, so that your credit can be reported. Use the "+" to add additional States. SMA cannot report your credit without this information.Licensed StateState Board ID#NPI Number HiddenOptional - Permission to submit American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) MOC Knowledge PointsHave you completed (or plan to complete) the post-test to earn ABIM MOC knowledge points for this activity, and if so, do you grant permission for SMA to report those credits to the ACCME on your behalf? Yes No Session AttendanceSelect the session(s) you attended. If sessions are concurrent (these are noted by A, B, C), please mark ONLY ONE session.Session 1 Attendance Attestation - Thursday, October 26, 2023Please attest to each session your attended. Select All Lecture 1:Responsible Opioid Prescribing-Common Sense Intervention - Dr. Howard Hall (1 Hour) Lecture 2:Alcohol Use Disorders and Associated Cirrhosis - Dr. Eugene Lambert (1 Hour) Lecture 3:Addiction in the South:Overcoming Disparities and Challenges - Dr. Davis Bradford (1 Hour) Lecture 4:SUD:Treatment and Policy-Dr. Robert Baillieu (1 Hour) Rate the SUD Session*Rate the selection of topics and the qualifications of the speakers that presented the content. Excellent Good Fair Poor Session 2 Attendance Attestation - Friday, October 27, 2023Please attest to each one-hour session you attended. Select All When Less is More:Adressing the Problems in Polypharmacy through Practicing Proactive Medicine in a Reactive World - Dr. Ankur Patel Role of Renin Angiotensin System in the Pathophysiology and Treatment of Hypertension - Dr. Donald Dipette Medical Cannabis Science and Pain Management - Dr. Autry Parker Physician Burnout/How to Lead - Rhonda Williams, MSN, MBA Panel Discussion on AI in Healthcare - Drs. Carter, Kosorok, Pelo and Page Covid-19 Testing and Treatment - Dr. Pragna Patel Introduction to Landmark Hypertension Studies During the Covid-19 Pandemic:Practical Clinical Implications - Dr. Donald DiPette Proactive Approaches to Cardiac Arrest & Heart Failure - Sara Paul, DNP Session 3 Attendance Attestation - Saturday, October 28, 2023Please attest to each one-hour session you attended. Select All Oral Abstract Presentations Segment 1 Oral Abstract Presentations Segment 2 Poster Abstract Presentations Poster Abstract Presentations Round Burnout, Wellness and Systemic Change:A Clinician's Presecription for Well-Being - Drs. Chris Jackson and Desiree Burroughs-Ray Association's Approach to Medicine and Proactive Care - Dr. Gerald Harmon Trauma-Informed Clinical Care: Fostering Healing and Resilience - Dr. Sadie Ellisseou What more would you like to learn about trauma and resilience? Select All Neurobiology of trauma and ACEs Secondary/vicarious trauma among clinicians Trauma-informed clinical skills (i.e. communication, physical exam) What's new in trauma treatment Case studies of trauma-informed organizations More applications of TIC towards effective leadership Other General comments related to the presentation "When Less is More Addressing Problems of Polypharmacy..." on Friday, October 27 - given by Keynote Speaker - Ankur Patel, MDGeneral comments related to the presentation "Physician Burnout/How to Lead" on Friday, October 27 - given by Motivational Speaker - Rhonda Williams, MSN, MBAGeneral comments related to Saturday, October 28 - Overall Abstract PresentationsGeneral comments related to speaker on Saturday, October 28 - Special Guest Speaker, Sadie Elisseou, MDPlease share with us, how did you hear about the assembly this year?Describe your experience with registering for this year's Annual Scientific Assembly, in general.What did you think about the product theatre sessions during the meal breaks or would you prefer the opportunity of getting more CME credits during the breaks?Your opinion matters to us. Please make any recommendations/suggestions for next year's assembly.