Fundamentals of Mohs Surgery Course

COVID REGULATIONS

All attendees will be asked to provide a negative COVID test result (Rapid Antigen or PCR) upon arrival at Registration. The test must be taken no more than 2 days before the check-in date of the meeting. PCR Testing is more sensitive and is preferred, but Rapid Antigen Testing (including self-testing kits) will be accepted.

Due to the safety measure taken above, masks will be optional for those in attendance, as long as we remain in compliance with State and local regulations.

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2021 Fundamentals of Mohs Surgery for Physicians and Mohs Technicians

Course directors are Ken Gross, M.D., Howard Steinman, M.D., Carlos Garcia, M.D. and Alex Lutz, B.S. Alex directs the Mohs Technician training session and is assisted by Rick Wolf, LPN, and BJ Villarreal as Laboratory Co-Directors.

Fundamental of Mohs Surgery Course Background

First introduced in 1995, this four-day annual course focuses on the Mohs surgery as the treatment of choice for certain basal and squamous cell carcinomas and other cutaneous malignancies. A wide variety of Mohs procedural and practice topics will be discussed, with ample time for questions and answers and informal discussion with faculty members throughout the meeting.

Dermatologists and other specialists interested in performing this highly- effective treatment for skin cancer will benefit from this important “need to know” material such as Mohs indications, wound mapping, normal skin-BCC-SCC-unusual tumor histopathology, Mohs surgical pearls, coding and reimbursement, laboratory supervision, CLIA-OSHA consideration, and other vital information.

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Accreditation and Credit Designation Statements

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of PeerPoint Medical Education Institute and the American Society For Mohs Surgery.
PeerPoint Medical Education Institute is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. PeerPoint Medical Education Institute designates the live and enduring formats for this educational activity for a maximum of 39.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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Mohs Surgery Course Format

Participants will divide their instructional time between lectures, histopathology presentations, small group discussions, and independent or “team” review of Mohs cases in the microscope lab.

Stay tuned for a course brochure with specific course objectives, hotel reservation information, and a detailed fee structure.

A member of the American Society for Mohs Surgery lecturing a class of student doctors about mohs surgery
A venue ful of students who are taking the American Society for Mohs Surgery course FMS microscope lab
A venue ful of students using microscopes who are taking the American Mohs Surgery Microscope Course
A venue ful of students who are taking the American Society for Mohs Surgeries Last Course Overview
A venue ful of students who are taking the American for Mohs Surgery FMS course Cryostat lab
A venue ful of students who are taking the American Society for Mohs Surgery learning how to use the Crystat Machine

Fundamental of Mohs Surgery Course Fees

Discounted registration fees will apply to physicians registering for combined Dermatopathology and Fundamentals of Mohs Surgery courses. Additional discounts apply for current ASMS members. If interested in joining the ASMS in conjunction with course registration, please contact us at 800-616-ASMS (2767) to determine your eligibility for membership.

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American Society for Mohs Surgery
6475 East Pacific Coast Highway, Box 700
Long Beach, CA 90803-4201
 
Telephone: (714) 379-6262 or
(800) 616-2767
 
Facsimile: (714) 362-9540

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