After viewing the Building a Foundation for Healthy Active Living- Stable and Responsive Relationships module, please complete the following quiz. You can view your score at the end of this quiz. If you do not earn a score of 80% or higher, please review the presentation and submit the quiz again. CME and MOC points will be awarded on a 30 day basis. If you have any questions, please contact Mala Thapar at mthapar@aap.org. 

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* 1. AAP ID

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* 2. First Name

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* 3. Last Name

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* 4. Credential (MD, DO, RN)

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* 5. Email Address

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* 6. Street Address

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* 7. City

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* 8. State

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* 9. Zip Code

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* 10. American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) ID# (if pediatrician seeking part 2 MOC)

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* 11. Month and date of birth (MM/DD) (if pediatrician seeking part 2 MOC)

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* 12. Responsive parenting can help create a healthy attachment between parent and child. It will also allow for a child to accept his or her own uniqueness and feel safe and secure. How a parent responds to a child's needs has short- and long-term impact on child health and well being. Which of the following is not an example of responsive parenting?

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* 13. Responsive feeding is a component of responsive parenting. Practicing responsive feeding can have positive long-term impacts on a child's healthy weight status. Which of the following is NOT a component of responsive feeding?

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* 14. A new mother brings her 2-month-old infant to the pediatrician for a well visit. When the pediatrician asks how the mother knows her infant is hungry, the mother is hesitant and replies that she does not know how to tell if her baby is hungry. What should the pediatrician do next?

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* 15. Pediatricians may find it helpful to ask open-ended questions when asking parents about their child's routines. Open-ended questions allow parents to give a full, meaningful answer using their own expertise, and pediatricians are able to find out more information using this kind of question. When discussing routines, which of the following is an example of an open-ended question a pediatrician could ask a parent that has expressed that he or she has difficulty creating routines?

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* 16. The following statements are examples of anticipatory guidance that a pediatrician could give to parents about routines EXCEPT:

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* 17. How would you rate your overall satisfaction with this learning activity?
(1 star=Very Unsatisfied; 5 stars=Very Satisfied)

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* 18. How well did this CME activity meet your education expectations?
(1 star=Very Unsatisfied; 5 stars= Very Satisfied)

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* 19. Were the individual learning objectives of this CME activity achieved?

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* 20. Based on what you learned in this activity, do you plan to change:

  Yes No
The strategies you implement in practice (e.g., how you diagnose/manage patients, coordinate care, etc.)?
What you do in practice (e.g., how you perform exams, instruct, counsel patients/families, etc.)?

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* 21. If YES to either of the above questions, please identify any changes in practice that you plan to make:

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* 22. If NO and you do not plan to make changes in practice, other than lack of time and resources, why not?  (select all that apply)

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* 23. On a scale of 1 to 7, what was the return on your investment of time/effort for participating in this activity?

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* 24. Do you feel a commercial product, device, or service was inappropriately promoted in the educational content?

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* 25. Please rate the value of the inclusion of MOC points for participating in this activity.

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* 26. This MOC activity is relevant to my current practice

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* 27. Please include any other comments or questions

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