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CME activities employ evidence-based adult learning principles that recognize different learning preferences and styles and target expected outcomes. Types of activities include live learning opportunities such as symposia, conferences, workshops, seminars, live webcasts, mini-fellowships and regularly scheduled sessions; enduring materials in print, multimedia, and Internet-based formats; tools for self-directed learning such as point-of-care (PoC) and performance improvement (PI) opportunities; and other teaching improvement and collaborative projects that utilize CME as part of multi-component strategies to improve population health status and outcomes. When possible, learning formats are highly interactive, include multiple exposures to the same content, and are sequenced for learning.