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Attending Doctor's Handbook (ADH) Exam

How do I start?

To prepare for the CME Self-Assessment Examination, please read the 90-page "Attending Doctor's Handbook".

This examination is "open book".  You may find it helpful to print the guideline for reference, as you will be referring to it throughout.

How much time will it take?

    • After reading the guideline, it should take approximately 30 minutes to complete the activity (20 questions) and brief survey.
    • You must finish the activity in its entirety before clicking "Submit".
    • After clicking "Submit", your score will immediately be determined.  If you have a passing score (70% or greater), you will be able to print your certificate for up to three (3) hours of Category 2 Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit, immediately following the completion of the activity.

What will I learn?

After reading the Attending Doctor's Handbook and taking the self-assessment examination, you should be able to:

    • Describe measures to prevent or address some of the major occupational conditions encountered.
    • Describe diagnostic and treatment guidelines.
    • Describe the roles and responsibilities of treating (attending) physicians and consulting doctors.
    • Define terms commonly used in workers' compensation.
    • Discuss the process for evaluating and rating permanent impairment.
    • Describe the basic concepts and features of Washington state's industrial insurance laws, rules and policies.

PLEASE NOTE:

If at any point you close out of the activity by closing your browser window, be aware that your answers will not be saved and you will need to restart the activity over again.

Thank you for your participation.

Click continue when you are ready to begin.

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