If you are using this tool to research or answer questions related to your practice, you may be able to initiate a
Personal Learning Project (PLP) and qualify for Section 2 Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credits through the
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.
Some questions to consider:
How long did you spend watching the different chapters of the presentation and researching questions related to them?
What question(s) were you hoping to answer?
Some possible topics:
What are the unmet needs in treatment of partial-onset seizures, and how do newly introduced antiepileptic drugs address them?
What has the clinical experience with perampanel been in Germany, and what lessons does that have for your practice?
How might your research and the things you have learned affect your practice?
How to structure a MAINPORT PLP
When documenting your PLP in MAINPORT, you will need to describe:
The question, idea, or issue that describes the learning focus that initiated the project
The reason or stimulus that prompted the development of this PLP (e.g., patient problem, other research, etc.)
The resources or references you used for learning – this app and any additional sources
A description of the learning outcomes identified and/or the anticipated impact on your practice