#StayWell: an Adolescent Well Visit Learning Collaborative 

Children's of Alabama CME Activity Evaluation

PLACE:            Via Internet Enduring Material Activity

SPEAKER:       Lynzee Head, D.O., University of Alabama at Birmingham, Department of Pediatrics, Adolescent Medicine

TOPIC:            Providing Quality Care to LGBTQIA Patients in a Pediatric Office

Educational Objectives:

Upon completion of this internet enduring material activity, participants will be able to:

  • Comprehend statistics associated with risk taking behaviors among LGBTQ youth in the pediatric population

  • Apply the components of a sexual history using gender neutral language

  • Apply community support resources for LGBTQ patients and their families

  • Evaluate ways to create a safe and welcoming office environment for LGBTQ patients and their families 

Date *
Date
Evaluator *
The stated objectives of this activity were met: *
Stimulation of ideas and interest *
Was this activity free of commercial bias? *
Commercial bias is defined as a personal judgment in favor of a specific product or service of a commercial interest. A commercial interest is any entity producing, marketing, re-selling or distributing healthcare goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.
How likely are you to make a change as a result of this activity? *
Training Content *
Training Content
Please evaluate this module by checking the appropriate box.
The training was relevant to my practice.
The content was well organized.
The training objectives were clear.
Instructional Material
Instructional Material
The online material was useful for understanding the training content.
The quality of the recording and PowerPoint visual was good.
The training increased my knowledge of asthma care guidelines.
Training Staff
Training Staff
The trainers were knowledgeable about the training materials.
The trainers communicated the content well.
Application *
Application
As a result of the training I can comprehend statistics associated with risk taking behaviors among LGBTQ youth in the pediatric population
As a result of the training, I can apply the components of a sexual history using gender neutral language
As a result of the training, I can apply community support resources for LGBTQ patients and their families
As a result of the training I can evaluate ways to create a safe and welcoming office environment for LGBTQ patients and their families
By providing your name/contact information below, the activity planner(s) and/or CME Committee can contact you for further information.
*Dear Evaluator, We are providing you the option of signing your evaluation. It is not mandatory, but you have provided us with a means to follow up on your comments and suggestions. Thank you! Children's of Alabama Continuing Medical Education Committee