The ABOto is pleased to announce that U.S. otolaryngology residents PGY levels two through five now have access to the Part II and Part IV MOC modules. The ABOto is providing this access for the residents at no charge to either the resident or the program.
Explore this issue:November 2014
The MOC Part II modules are used for self-assessment. Each self-assessment model (SAM) begins with a patient management section in which the resident will collect data and interpret the information, followed by a diagnosis/differential diagnosis process. Finally, the resident will “manage” the patient. The module includes a variety of visuals, including patient photographs, imaging studies, histopathology, and video.
Successful completion of the module requires a score of 80% in each of the three sections. If the resident does not obtain a “passing” score, he or she can go through the patient management section repeatedly. The ABOto does not require residents to complete the modules but simply offers them as an educational tool.| | | Next → | Single Page