American Board of Dermatology Focused PI Modules - Free

Course Name:
Focused PI Modules - Free
Provider:
American Board of Dermatolgy
Cost:
Free
Self-Assessment Credits:
25
Estimated Completion Time:
varies

American Board of Dermatology Focused PI Modules - Free

The American Board of Dermatology is pleased to offer our diplomates free focused PA/PI modules to fulfill MOC requirements. These exercises are designed to be impactful on your practice and easy to complete. Our Focused PI Modules are available in our MOC Educational Portal

Completing a Focused PI module requires the following:
 Read the activity description to determine if it is a meaningful exercise for your practice.
 Read the recommended references, if desired.
 Perform the initial Practice Assessment chart review.
 If your practice is already in compliance with the goals of the activity, attest to this, and no further review is necessary.
 If your practice is not in compliance, make the necessary changes to your practice and then repeat the Practice Assessment chart review in the time frame described.

The following modules are currently available, with several more under development:

Blood Thinner Management in Dermatologic Surgery

Using Chemowraps for Chemoprevention of Nonmelanoma Skin Cancers in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients

Using Retinoids for Chemoprevention of Nonmelanoma Skin Cancers in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients

Improved Melanoma Reporting

Improving pneumococcal vaccination counseling in dermatology patients prior to initiating biologic medications

Improving genital lichen sclerosus detection in adult patients presenting with morphea

Skin Biopsy Pathway

A diplomate completing a Practice Improvement (PI) activity will now simultaneously obtain SA credit for all chart reviews or other measurement steps performed.

Credit: 25 SA credits, in addition to the PI credit, for every baseline measurement or re-measurement that is performed.

 

Reviewer Comments

1/6/2020

“Very easy to use the free PI modules. Helpful practice improvements.”

1/6/2020

“great exercise!”

1/5/2020

“straightforward and not terribly time consuming”

1/5/2020

“Excellent and important information. I learned a lot.”

1/4/2020

“Concise, focused, easy to complete.”

1/3/2020

“Relevant to my practice and contained important information”

1/3/2020

“Pertinent to my practice ”

1/2/2020

“Relatively straight forward, informative. ”

1/2/2020

“GOOD INFORMATION. HELPFUL TO CLINICAL PRACTICE”

1/2/2020

“Thank you for providing the full reference articles. This is a very pertinent topic. It reaffirmed what I was already doing as far as prescribing goes but it educated me on doing better when it comes to counseling and educating my patients. ”

1/2/2020

“Questions were succinct. Article review also right to the point.”

1/1/2020

“Straightforward, relevant program.”

1/1/2020

“This was an easy, but useful exercise.”

1/1/2020

“very easy to use”

12/31/2019

“thank you”

12/31/2019

“It was easy to use. ”

12/31/2019

“great”

12/31/2019

“TO THE BEST OF MY RECOLLECTION, THE EXPERIENCE WAS POSITIVE”

12/30/2019

“ good”

12/30/2019

“Reassured my current practices”

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