RSS Session Documents

The documents listed below are required for each session in order to comply with accreditation requirements and be eligible to receive AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Please review the appropriate Session Checklist that corresponds to your session type, to ensure you are completing all of the required documentation. ALL session documentation must be uploaded on Box.com within 5 business days after each session.

Please contact Jennifer Besaw at Jennifer.Besaw@tufts.edu or call 617.636.6579 if you have any questions or need access to your Series folder on Box.com.

Session Checklists

RSS Session Checklist - Lecture Based
RSS Session Checklist - Journal Club
RSS Session Checklist - Case Conference, Tumor Board, Morbidity & Mortality

Complete BEFORE the Session

Disclosure Form 
Content Review/Resolving Conflict of Interest Form
Content Review/Resolving Conflict of Interest Form - Journal Club ONLY
Determining a Conflict of Interest - COI Flow Chart

Sign-In Sheet 
Accreditation Information Page or Accreditation Slides

Complete AFTER the Session

Monitor Verification Form
Practice Gap Form (For Case Conference, Morbidity & Mortality and Tumor Boards ONLY)
Monthly Evaluation (see below)
Attendance & Credit Tracking Spreadsheet
(submit with End of Series materials)

  • It is advised that the Attendance & Credit Tracking Spreadsheet be updated after each session; however, this document is not due to the OCE until the end of the Series.

Monthly Evaluations

  • Monthly evaluations are required to be distributed to participants. This gives them the opportunity to anonymously provide feedback about the session(s) and request topics going forward, if they so choose. While it is not mandatory for participants to complete the evaluation, the option must still be available to them. A summary of responses is required to be submitted to the Series Box folder monthly.

Survey Monkey Monthly Evaluation Template and Instructions
Monthly Evaluation Template (to email or print)
Monthly Evaluation Summary Template