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2017 EBM Outpatient Grand Rounds Evaluation & Post Test-Enduring Materials Format: Cancer Genetics Part 1


Original Release: Feb 14, 2017- Cancer Genetics Part 1 of 2, Ms. Loranger, Genetic Counselor, JMH
Estimated Time to complete the activity is 45 minutes. Activity and content expires: 02-14-2020
Statement of disclosure: The planners and faculty for this activity have no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests. No others individuals involved in the planning or presentation of this activity have any relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.
Accreditation Statement: John Muir Health is accredited by the Institute for Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Credit Designation Statement: John Muir Health designates this enduring material for a maximum of one (.75) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 
Minimum level of achievement:   Must score 80% correct on posttest and complete the statement of how you will improve your practice after participation is mandatory.
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Feb 14, 16, & 17,  2017- Evaluation - Cancer Genetics Part 1 of 2

Presented by: Ms Loranger, Genetic Counselor

3. As a result of attending this CME activity, which of these do you plan to implement and/or change in your practice? *This question is required.
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Differentiate between older and newer treatment options.
Formulate and communicate treatment plans for the management of medically and socially complex patients
Apply best practice strategies to overcome co-morbidities in medically and socially complex patients
Utilize EBM Guidelines for a multitude of conditions that are encountered in primary care
Apply tips and tricks for navigating Epic.
Utilize Patient Centered Care skill to help patients become better informed and more involved in their health care decisions
7. The session’s content matched my scope of care
8. The presentation was unbiased.
9. Ample time was provided for discussion and interaction with the speaker(s.)
10. According to a study by Pritchard et al, nearly 12% of men with metastatic prostate cancer carry a mutation in a cancer susceptibility gene. The gene most commonly found to be mutated is:
11. What percentage of common cancers (breast, colon) are hereditary?
12. In a study by Norquist et al, all histologic subtypes of ovarian cancer were seen in women with inherited gene mutation, except for the following:
13. A study by Pearlman et al found that 16% of individuals with colon cancer diagnosed under the age of 50 tested positive for an inherited gene mutation. What percentage of the individuals who tested positive had Lynch syndrome?