The instrument consists of 12 items, assessing completeness (breadth of coverage of topic), relevance of content to topic, organization of slides, time-management, presentation style, creativity in presentation (use of flow-charts, tables, etc.), handling questions from the audience, summarizing and concluding, critical evaluation of the topic, and quality of handouts (content, layout, and referencing). Each item is rated on a scale of 0 to 10. All seminars (50) during the study period were rated by at least two faculty members immediately after the seminar, with the raters being blind to each other’s rating. The mean of the two raters’ scores was taken. This measure eliminated the chance of rater bias. The trainees rated themselves on the same tool within 24 hours of the presentation. Informed consent from the respondents and approval of the department chair was obtained before the study. Analysis was done with SPSS Version 10, and paired t-tests were used to compare the ratings.