Family Medicine Self-Assessment for Physician Assistants
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The ability to screen for, diagnose, treat, and craft patient management strategies for a variety of therapeutic areas found in family medicine is crucial to effectively improving patient ...
The ability to screen for, diagnose, treat, and craft patient management strategies for a variety of therapeutic areas found in family medicine is crucial to effectively improving patient outcomes. This course will apply comprehensive self-assessment through the use of 400 board-certification-style questions, creating an individualized method of determining gaps in knowledge and competence and providing the learner the ability to close those gaps through effective follow-up on key knowledge and competence deficiencies through the use of the additional resources noted with each question. This activity will allow participants to test their knowledge and competence regarding a variety of primary care issues. Each question will outline a clinical scenario and provide 4-6 answer choices and a comprehensive explanation of the correct answer along with a list of references for additional learning. A graphical comparison of the participant’s answer and peers’ answers is also displayed.
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to:Evaluate their knowledge and competence in screening, diagnosing, and treating patients in a family medicine practiceSummarize clinical guidelines regarding key elements within the therapeutic areas of cardiovascular disease, pulmonology, musculoskeletal disease, GI/nutritional medicine, EENT, reproductive medicine, endocrinology, neurology, psychiatry, genitourinary medicine, dermatology, hematology, and infectious disease Recognize gaps in their knowledge base regarding critical disease states found in family medicine and identify resources to assist in filling gap areasCompare current knowledge and practice competence with peers’
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