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Table 1 Process Aspects Assessed in On-line Education

From: Effects of online palliative care training on knowledge, attitude and satisfaction of primary care physicians

1. The QUALITY of information within the educational materials is  
2. The TIME devoted to each module has been  
3. The PRACTICAL USEFULNESS of the educational contents is Very poor, poor, acceptable, good, very good
4. The SYSTEMATIC process for on-line education has been  
5. Overall, the DIFFICULTY of on-line education has been  
6. TUTOR SUPPORT has been  
7. QUESTIONS asked in forums have been answered satisfactorily by tutors Strongly disagree, disagree, acceptable, agree, strongly agree
8. OVERALL SATISFACTION is Very low, low, acceptable, high, very high
9. I WOULD RECOMMEND my colleges to take part in this activity Strongly disagree, disagree,
10. If there was a future on-line training about any specific clinical aspect using the same systematic approach as this activity, I WOULD TAKE PART acceptable, agree, strongly agree
11. How would you describe YOUR CONFIDENCE in symptom management for advanced cancer patients requiring palliative or terminal care? Very poor, poor, acceptable,
12. How would you describe YOUR CONFIDENCE in communication with advanced cancer patients about disease diagnosis and prognosis? good, very good
13. Please briefly describe the most useful aspects  
14. Please briefly describe any aspects you would add Open
15. Please briefly describe any aspects you would remove  
16. Other comments  
  1. Satisfaction and self-confidence assessed to the participants of the on-line training