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The Foot and Ankle Quarterly Continuing Medical Education (CME) program is intended to be a 24 Continuing Education Contact Hours (CECH)-per-year program.* Volume 31, Issues 1-3 will each have 24 Board Examination-quality, multiple-choice questions. (Issue 4 is a non-CME issue.) Subscribers will receive a maximum of eight continuing education contact hours per issue* for each correctly completed and submitted CME Answer Form. Visit www.datatrace.com/continuing-education-courses/approvalcodes/faq/ to determine how many contact hours your state’s board accepts. All applicants for contact hours must be Foot and Ankle Quarterly subscribers or a multi-user of a current subscriber.

Participants receiving a passing score (70% correct or greater) will have the opportunity at the end of the Program to print a Certificate of Completion which can then be sent by you directly to your State Board. Participants must pass the Quiz in order to receive credit, but may attempt one retake of any issue for which they did not initially receive credit. The fee for a retake is $15.00 per test.

Data Trace Publishing Company is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. Data Trace Publishing Company has approved this activity for a maximum of six continuing education contact hours.

*Note that the number of credits granted may vary from state to state, and as contact hours are subject to change, we suggest contacting your state board for detailed requirements.

Mission Statement

Data Trace Publishing Company provides high-quality continuing education programs through appropriate and effective media in order to meet the educational needs of the podiatric medical profession and thereby enhance the quality of patient care.

The objectives of the Foot and Ankle Quarterly CME instructional media program are to increase the level of knowledge and skills, increase the general level of competency, and enhance the quality of patient care by providing in-depth audio lectures, discussion and literature review of topics of high interest to the podiatric medical profession in a reinforced learning environment.

EXPIRATION OF CME ACTIVITY: The set of questions in Volume 31, Number 1 must be completed by May 1, 2023.

INSTRUCTIONS: The following questions are based on the material presented in the course materials. Please select the best answer and mark the appropriate box. Prior to receiving your score, you must also complete the Course Evaluation and Needs Assessment questions.