Question of the Week

*Please note: QOTW is on break. Members will be notified when new activities are released.

Question of the Week is an ASBrS member benefit.
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The Question of the Week (QOTW) program is a free-of-charge member benefit, created to be a quick, fun learning experience for breast surgeons. The program is designed help members assess and improve their competency in key areas they face in their practice. QOTW also serves as an opportunity to earn self-assessment credits to fulfill the American Board of Surgery’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Part 2 requirements.

Participating members receive a bi-weekly breast-related case, complete two follow-up questions, and review the ‘take-home point’ along with supporting references. Upon completing questions, participants will be able to see how other members answered, view many credits they have earned, and have the ability to print their transcript at any time.

Read the cases and answer the questions at any time and from any device that has internet access — at your desk, waiting in line or on-the-go. Each activity stays available for two weeks before it is replaced by a new activity, so check back often!

At any time, please feel free to send suggestions or topics that might improve the program. QOTW is a constant work in progress that must evolve with contemporary practice and the supporting literature.

We hope you enjoy QOTW and agree that it represents the Society’s continued commitment and investment to its members ongoing practice improvement and lifelong learning.

For questions regarding Question of the Week

Telephone: 410-381-9500 or 877-992-5470 (M – F 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM ET)
Email: cme@breastsurgeons.org
Technical Support Email: webmaster@breastsurgeons.org

QOTW is supported through an educational grant provided by Genomic Health, Inc., and Merck & Co., Inc.

The American Society of Breast Surgeons is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.