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Preventive Medicine 2014 (e-Portal)

MOC QUIZZES

 

 

To Request MOC Credits:

Step 1:  Select and take quizzes below for the sessions you attended


Step 2:
  After completing the quizzes (below) - Fill out a CME/MOC Request Form

   

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.

The CME/MOC Tracking Sheet helps you
track your credits - you may download it here.




Step 1:  Complete a quiz for each session you attended
 

 

Preventive Medicine 2014 Quizzes:

 

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

 

IMPriME Workshop (Integrative Medicine in Preventive Medicine Education)

 

 

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Full Day Skill Building Institutes

Institute 2:  A HITECH Game Changer:  Impacts of Meaningful Use on Personal Population Health Practice

 

AM Half Day Skill Building 

Institute 1: Using the Practical Playbook for Population Health to Weave Preventive Medicine into Local Clinical Redesign Efforts

 

Institute 3:  Population Medicine Ethics

 

Institute 4:  Basic Life Support Training, (BLS)

 

PM Half Day Skill Building 

Institute 5:  Moving Beyond BLS:  A Practical Introduction to Field Medicine for Preventive Medicine Physicians

 

Institute 6:  The ABC's of CQI:  SMART, PDSA, VOC, RCA and Other Fun Stuff: An Introduction to Quality Improvement in Preventive Medicine

Plenary Session I: Preventing Medical Harm: The Ongoing Quest for Safe and Effective Healthcare

 

Thursday, February 20, 2014

 

Opening General Session & KBS Guest Lecturer: "In Search of the Tobacco Endgame"

 

Session I: Evidence-based Nutrition

 

Session 2: Public Health Collaboration and the Unique Role of Preventive Medicine

 

Session 3: What are the Most Popular Apps for Preventive Medicine Physicians? Survey says...

 

Session 4: Patient Safety from a Global health Perspective

 

Session 5: Effective Criteria for a Weight Management Program - An Evaluation by the ACPM Prevention Practice Committee

 

Session 6: United States Preventive Services Task Force Update

 

Plenary Session I: Preventive Medical Harm: The Ongoing Quest for Safe and Effective Healthcare

 

Session 7: Genomics in Public Health and Preventive Medicine: Beyond the Hype

 

Session 8: Public Health and Population Health: A Distinction without a Difference?

 

Session 9: Building Technology Capabilities to Aggregate Clinical Data and Enable Population Health Measurement: Lessons from the U.S. Beacon Community Program

 

Session 10: When Less is More: How to Avoid the Treatment Trap

 

Session 11: Presidents' Forum: Ethics, Innovation and Prevention

 

Session 12: Immunizations - Updates in Influenza and Vaccine Administration

 

Session 13: The Importance of Population Thinking in Prevention

 

Session 14: Population Impact of Environmental Chemicals: Important; Costly; Preventable

 

Session 15: Telemedicine: Leveraging Technology to Improve Healthcare Delivery

 

Session 16:  First, Do No Harm - Risks and Safeguards for Vulnerable Populations and Providers in Quality Improvements Initiatives

 

Session 17: Around the Preventive Medicine World in 80 Minutes: Speed-Networking

 

Session 18: Integrative Medicine in Preventive Medicine Education (IMPriME)

 

 

Friday, February 21, 2014

 

Plenary Session II: Globalization of Prevention

 

Session 19: Emerging Global Infectious Disease Threats

 

Session 20: Targeting Population Health: Learning from Global Health Experience

 

Session 21: Innovations with Electronic Health Records and Health Information Technology in Public Health Registries

 

Session 22: Patient Safety in the Ambulatory Setting

 

Session 23: Afghanistan, and Other Tough Places

 

Session 24: Community Preventive Services Task Force

 

Session 24A: How to Do More with Less in Healthcare

 

 

Half Day Skill Building Institute 

How to Prepare for a Scientific Abstract and Oral Presentation

 

The New Orleans Sessions: Public Health Challenges in New Orleans and the Gulf Region

 

 

Saturday, February 22, 2014

 

Plenary Session III: The U.S. Surgeon General: Fighting Tobacco for 50 Years

 

Session 25: Effective Health Behavior Change Innovations

 

Session 26:  Health Impact Assessments: Helping Health Agencies Reach Across Sectors to Solve Today's Public Health Challenges

 

Session 27: Addressing the Crisis of Chronic Diseases: Learning from Global Health Experiences

 

Session 28: Advancing the Triple Aim: Connecting Health Care and the Community

 

Session 29:  Fellowships in Preventive Medicine and Public Health

 

Session 30: American Board of Preventive Medicine Update: Strategies and Tools for Becoming and Staying Certified

 

 

Session 31: Using Healthy People 2020 to Promote Public Health in Practice

 

Session 32: Innovate or Die! Moving from Governmental Public Health to an Entrepreneurial Not For Profit Model

 

Session 33: mHealth: The Arc from Silicon Valley, USA to Sajek Valley, Bangladesh

 

Session 34: The Balance between Science and Practice in Quality Improvement

 

Session 35: Healthy Base Initiative

 

Session 36: Unique Careers in Preventive Medicine: How to Impact Populations

 

Session 37: Scientific Abstracts Presentations in Clinical Preventive and Lifestyle Medicine and Medical Quality

 

Session 38: Scientific Abstracts Presentation in Population Health

 

Session 39: Innovations in Alternative Medicine Applied to Clinical Preventive Practice

 

Session 40: Desperately Seeking Quality People: Education and Careers in Medical Quality and Patient Safety

 

Session 41: Programming Public Health Apps: Everything You Need to Know to Get Started in One Session

 

 

 

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