Annual Meeting attendees will have the opportunity to attend the first-ever presentation about how to access and use eModules, the newest self-assessment tools from ACOG.
The presentation of the Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy eModule is not directed solely at an audience interested in the subject material of this particular eModule, but instead is for any physician who is interested in the concept of interactive e-learning.
Presentations will take place from 1:15 to 1:45 pm Monday and Tuesday in the ACOG Booth (booth 1217) in the Exhibition Hall.
Authored by Jennifer Niebyl, MD, Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy is one of the first interactive eModules created by ACOG. This eModule — only available digitally — defines nausea in pregnancy and reviews the diagnosis, treatment, and management of the condition. The eModules start with a pre-test, followed by an interactive lesson. After the lesson, a post-test assesses the user’s learning.
Self-assessment modules have been available in paper form for many years, but now members can download the self-assessment tools directly to their laptops or desktop computers.
Anne Arnold, education programs director for ACOG, will demonstrate how to use the eModules as a learning tool and answer questions on both days.
Supported through an educational grant from Duchesnay USA, Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy will be available for download once the Monday demonstration ends. Residents can download the eModule at no cost, and Fellows who attend one of the two demonstrations will receive a discount of 10 percent through a code distributed on-site. The discount will be available until June 30.
Those who complete the eModule receive seven Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits. The demonstrations do not offer CME credit.