Abstract

In the arena of accountability measures in health care recertification mechanisms are being evaluated for their cost-effectiveness in occupational therapy. The use of continuing education as one recertification option raises concern about the efficacy of educational activities. One measure of program quality is the continuing education unit. Criteria for its award are delineated. Several methods for implementing the measurement of educational activities in occupational therapy are examined.

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