Speaker Responsibilities

We are so pleased to have you presenting at our SCACDIS Meeting! 

We want to help you be successful!!

ACDIS requires us to apply for CEUs at least 30-days prior to the meeting. 

 

Please submit to us, at least 30-days prior to the meeting:  

 

  • A short bio (100 words) listing your credentials along with a brief summary of your work history or experience in CDI. 

  • The title of your presentation.

 

  • Three to four learning objectives (see below for How to Write Learning Objectives)

 

One week prior to the meeting we will need a copy of your power-point presentation so that we upload for our attendees.  This includes any handouts that you would like to distribute to the attendees. 

How To Write Learning Objectives

Effective learning objectives use action verbs to describe what you want your participants to learn by the end of your presentation.  The development of the learning objectives assists in the planning process, presentation, and the evaluation of the learning activity.

  

Step 1:  Learning objectives should begin with the phrase:

       At the completion of this educational activity, the participant will be able to:

 

Step 2:  All written objectives:

  • Begin with an action verb

  • Use one action verb per objective

  • Describe what the participant will learn upon completion of the presentation

  • Are appropriate for the learning strategies used in the presentation

 

Example of presentation learning objectives:

At the completion of this educational activity the participant will be able to:

1.      Discuss the role of the CDI specialist in reviewing medical records.

2.      Identify three diagnoses that are at high risk for auditor denials.

3.      Describe the role of the CDI specialist in mortality risk adjustment.

4.      Define acute and chronic respiratory failure.

Behavioral Objectives - Suggested Verbs

Knowledge

Identify

Define

Label

List

Memorize

Name

Order

Recognize

Relate

Recall

State

Comprehension

Describe

Discuss

Explain

Indicate

Classify

Outline

Report

Restate

Review

Translate

Select

Analysis

Analyze

Appraise

Calculate

Categorize

Compare

Contrast

Differentiate

Distinguish

Examine

Investigate

Question

Synthesis

Arrange

Assemble

Collect

Compose

Create

Design

Develop

Manage

Organize

Plan

Prepare

Propose

Evaluation

Appraise

Assess

Argue

Compare

Defend

Choose

Judge

Predict

Rate

Select

Evaluate

Estimate

Application

Apply

Choose

Demonstrate

Employ

Illustrate

Interpret

Use

Write

Schedule

Practice