2023 Adaptive Learning Tool Module: CNS Neuroendovascular Surgery Core Principles without CME
This module of the ABNS learning tool consists of updated “core central nervous system (CNS) endovascular neurological surgery concepts” that are evidence based and supported by literature that has been introduced since initial certification. The intent is to update the learner on CNS neuro-endovascular surgery core principles. The goal is to educate and ensure that every learner has mastered the most recent, high-level, evidence-based literature on CNS endovascular neurological surgery core principles so that they are a safer and more effective partner in their hospitals. The learning tool and corresponding modules was written and tested by ABNS directors with input from several other experts. The format is familiar, easy to use and effective. The web-based learning tool can be accessed 24/7 in the comfort of a learners’ home or office. It can be started, stopped or repeated as desired.
Learning tool details
Diplomates of the ABNS should complete the General tool and module annually to satisfy the Part III requirement.
This module includes ONLY the CNS endovascular neurological surgery core principles required to maintain recognition of focused practice (RFP) in CNS Endovascular neurological surgery.
There are 3 core principles covered in this module.
- Recognize core endovascular neurological principles
- Review recent, high-level, evidence-based literature on emergency endovascular neurological surgery principles
- Identify recent changes to evidence-based, core endovascular neurological surgery knowledge
The diplomate will note that a number of questions from last year’s Adaptive Learning Tool have been repeated on this year’s module. This is to allow the ABNS to study long-term recall and test-re-test capabilities of the examinees from one year to the next.
New This Year: In completing the 2023 adaptive learning tool modules you will find two new additions. First, if you give an incorrect answer to a given question, you will be “locked-out” for a period of time in order for you to return to the provided reference study to look up the correct answer. Secondly, if you list an incorrect answer, the order of the answer choices will be shuffled from one attempt to the next.