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Preventive Medicine 2013 CME/MOC


For a second year in a row, ACPM has launched a new electronic request system
for ACPM CME/MOC credits.
 

Simply follow these easy steps!
 
To request CME and/or MOC:
Step 1: View Presentations
Step 2: Take Quizzes (this is only required if you are claiming MOC credits) 
Step 3: Request Credits
Step 4: Submit Payment
 
Note: You don't need to pay twice to obtain both credits (CME and MOC). If you pay for CME, your MOC credits will be gratis.
 
 
 
Once you have completed all of the steps, your CME certificate will be e-mailed to you. Please allow up to one week for processing. Your MOC credits will be reported directly to the American Board of Preventive Medicine. Please allow 4-6 weeks for these to appear on the ABPM website.

Each MOC qualified session will have a quiz associated with it.
Please complete each quiz before claiming credit.
While you do not need to achieve any set pass-rate, we encourage you to review the questions and answers thoughtfully.
 
* * * Step 1 - View Presentations


* * * Step 2 - Take Quizzes (below)


Preventive Medicine 2013 Quizzes

 

 


Wednesday, February 20, 2013

 

Full Day Skill Building Institutes

Institute 1: Preventive Medicine Board Review: Infectious Diseases & Environmental Health

Institute 2: Stopping Tobacco Use: From the Community to the Clinic

Institute 3: A HITECH Game Changer: Meaningful Use of EHR Technology for Personal and Population Health Practice

 

Half Day Skill Building Institutes

Institute 4: Population Medicine Ethics

Institute 5: Ready, Set, Present: Guidelines for Developing Scientific Abstracts and Poster Presentations

 

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Opening General Session & KBS Guest Lecturer

Population Health is Good Medicine -- and Even Better Engineering

 

Concurrent Sessions I

Session 1: Evidence-based Lifestyle Interventions

Session 2: Rethinking the Obesity Epidemic: Could Environmental Chemicals Be The Cause?

Session 3: From Paper to Petabytes: Transitioning Disease Surveillance Systems to the Electronic World

Session 5: Linking Primary Care and Public Health: Where Are We?

 

Keynote Presentation

The Trauma of Politics: A Surgeon General's Perspective

 

Plenary Session I

After the Affordable Care Act: What Now?

 

Concurrent Sessions II

Session 6: Preventing Occupational Injuries in Health Care Workers

Session 7: Addressing Mental Health Disparities in Communities and Populations

Session 8: Public Health Challenges in Afghanistan and Other Deployed Settings

 

Concurrent Sessions III

Session 11: United States Preventive Services Task Force Update

Session 12: Meeting One in a Million Hearts

Session 13: Healthcare Associated Infections: How Do We Win the Battle?

Session 15: Decisions-Support System in Clinical and Population Health Practice

 

Friday, February 22, 2013

Plenary Session II

ACMQ: Practicing Population Based Care

 

Concurrent Sessions 4

Session 16: The Guide to Community Preventive Services Update

Session 17: Public Health in the Cloud

Session 18: Medical Apps You Can Trust

Session 20: Vaccines for Life: Immunization Update

 

Half Day Scientific Symposium

ACPM/AJPM Scientific Research Symposium-Salud America!

 

MSS/RPS/YPS Guest Lecturer

Our Future in Preventive Medicine

 

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Plenary Session III

Digital Epidemiology-Big Data and Public Health

Concurrent Sessions 5

Session 21: Hot Topics in Preventive Medicine in the Uniformed Services

Session 22: Worksite Wellness

Session 23: mHealth: Healthcare at Your Fingertips

Session 25: Integrated Electronic Surveillance and Patient Clinical Care Systems

 

MOC Panel

The Maintenance of Certification Panel

 

Concurrent Sessions 6

Session 26: American Board of Preventive Medicine Update: Strategies and Tools for Becoming and Staying Certified

Session 27: Electronic Immunization Registries: Importance for Public Health Programming and Innovative Research

Session 28: All Health is Local: Public Health Issues in Arizona

Session 30: Scientific Abstract Presentations in Population Health 1

 

Concurrent Session 7

Session 31: Scientific Abstract Presentations in Population Health 2

Session 32: Unique Careers in Preventive Medicine and Public Health

Session 33: Scientific Abstract Presentations in Technology and Clinical Preventive & Lifestyle Medicine

Session 34: Global Health: Applied Population Medicine

Session 35: Using the Media to Communicate Your Public Health Message

 

* * * Step 3 - Complete CME/MOC Request Form

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