The Rural Melanoma Education Project - CME opportunity
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Outpacing Melanoma, The University of Kansas Medical Center, and Kansas Patients and Providers Engaged in Prevention Research (KPPEPR) would like to provide you with an opportunity to be involved in prevention research, obtain continuing education credits (3.5 CME or 4.1 CE credits), and earn $150.
The Rural Melanoma Education Project is designed to increase Primary Care Providers (physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants) knowledge and skills in diagnosing skin cancer. See the attached PDF for more details. Please also forward this opportunity on to any additional PCPS in your practice and/or network.
To earn full continuing education credits and $150 participants will need to complete all of the following:
- Study Consent
- Demographic Survey
- INFORMED Visual Dx Curriculum
- 1-week post-test
- Six-month post-test
If you would like to participate please click here to get started:http://bit.ly/RuralMelanomaDemographics.
For additional inquiries about this project, please contact Adam Lomenick email@example.com or 913-574-0458.
Allen Greiner, MD, MPH-KPPEPR Medical Director
Gary C. Doolittle, MD -University of Kansas Cancer Center
Adam F. Lomenick, BS -University of Kansas Medical Center