CME Melanoma Early Detection Training

This melanoma training will provide you with information and resources to equip you to provide screenings for skin cancer, detect melanoma early, and empower patients with provided educational resources. To accommodate individual schedules, the training is available as an online self-guided set of modules, containing a series of short video lectures and interactive eLearning modules.

These modules are followed by a test on knowledge and melanoma diagnosis through image identification.

Date: Sat, May 30, 2020
Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Place: Rood Family Pavilion, Conference Room A
Cost: FREE

Learning objectives:

  1. Identify which patients need to be screened based on risk level
  2. Recognize suspicious lesions: what needs to be biopsied
  3. Recognize which patients should be referred
  4. Interpret biopsy results

The information presented is relevant to primary care providers and a broad range of non-dermatologists.

Accreditation
Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit 
OHSU School of Medicine designates this enduring material for a maximum of 3.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.  

Online CME certificates are issued quarterly. If you have an urgent CME request, please contact waronmelanoma@ohsu.edu and we'll attempt to expedite.

What is the Melanoma Early Detection Training?

The Melanoma Early Detection Training was developed to increase melanoma-specific knowledge and diagnostic ability for non-dermatology medical providers. Providers can participate in-person (once a year), or online by using self-guided online modules. See learning objectives and training page for more information.

Why was it created?

The War on Melanoma™ has launched a statewide public health campaign on the early detection of melanoma. Due to the relatively small amount of trained dermatologists, primary care providers see exponentially more patients thus making this a key audience to help prevent melanoma deaths through detecting them early. We want to ensure providers who feel the need to improve their knowledge on skin cancers/skin exams have access to do so via the Melanoma Early Detection Toolkit

Contact

For any questions or concerns relating to the melanoma provider training, please contact:

Elizabeth Stoos, M.Ed
stoos@ohsu.edu

Content contributors

This training was developed with input, assets and content from the following contributors:

  • National Primary Care Training in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
  • INFORMED Curriculum; Martin Weinstock, M.D., Brown University
  • Laura Ferris, M.D., Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
  • Karen Edison, M.D., and Emily Hoffman-Smith, M.D., University of Missouri
  • Visual Perception Training; Steve Xu, M.D., MS.c., Northwestern Medicine Feinberg School of Medicine
    • Visual Perception Training was developed by Rebecca Xu, Andrew Choi MD, June Robinson MD, and Shuai Xu MD. It is copyrighted by Northwestern University and available with written permission from the developers.