North American Skull Base Society | 2021 Virtual Symposium February 13, 2021 | “Teams and Teamwork” CME for NASBS 2021 Virtual Symposium will be up on February 13, 2021. NASBS Virtual Symposium CME Claim Step 1 of 3 33% Name* First Last Email* Attendee type:* Physician International Physician Physician Assistant Registered Dietician Nurse CA Nurse Pharmacists Other Your Name*As you wish it to appear on the certificate. Prefix Mr.Mrs.MissMs.Dr.Prof.Rev. First Middle Last Suffix What certificate type would you like?*Certificate will auto-generate after completion of the evaluation form. CME and Attendance Certificate Attendance Certificate Only Total Hours of Attendance Claimed*Please enter a number from 0.25 to 20.25.AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ The American College of Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 20.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. *NOTE: 15 MINUTES OF SESSION ATTENDANCE = 0.25 AMA PRA CATEGORY 1 CREDITS™ 1. Overall, how would you rate this educational activity?* Excellent Very Good Good Fair Poor 2. Program topics and content met the stated objectives.* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree 3. Content was relevant to my educational needs.* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree 4. Educational format was conducive to learning.* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree 5. Acquired knowledge will be applied in my practice environment.* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree 6. I will seek additional information on this subject.* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree 7. Program was fair, objective, and unbiased toward any product or program* Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree 8. Please explain any specific instance(s) of bias or conflict of interest.9. List a minimum of two things you are going to change in your practice as a result of what you have learned at this activity.* 10. Describe the barriers anticipated when implementing the above changes.*11. Do you have any suggestions for future topics to support and/or expand on what you have learned at this activity?* What type of content did you view? Live Content Only On Demand Content Only Both Live ContentTopics*Did not attendPoorFairGoodVery GoodExcellentTopic 1: MeningiomaTopic 2: PituitaryTopic 3: ComplicationTopic 4: CovidTopic 5: Acoustic NeuromaTopic 6: Open ApproachesTopic 7: Malignancies & ChordomaTopic 8: ReconstructionTopic 9: Training, EEA Technology, and MalignanciesPresidential Opening Remarks*Did not attendPoorFairGoodVery GoodExcellentMain Presentation*Did not attendPoorFairGoodVery GoodExcellentClosing Remarks*Did not attendPoorFairGoodVery GoodExcellentOn DemandVideo Abstract Presentations*Did not attendPoorFairGoodVery GoodExcellentAnatomy of the Skull BaseAneurysmsCerebrospinal Fluid LeaksClival Tumors, Chordoma, Chondroid TumorsComplications of Skull Base SurgeryCost Utility of Skull Base TreatmentsCraniofacial SurgeryCraniopharyngiomasDevelopment of Novel TechnologyEndoscopic Assisted and Keyhold ApproachesEndoscopic Transnasal Skull Base SurgeryHead and Neck TumorsInflammatory and Infectious Skull Base ConditionsInnovative Techniques, Technology, and Approaches to the Skull BaseIntraoperative NeuromonitoringLateral Skull Base SurgeryMedical Management of Skull Base NeoplasmsMeningiomasMicrovascular DecompressionNovel Techniques and TreatmentOncologic OutcomesOrbital TumorsPediatric Skull Base SurgeryPituitary TumorsQuality of Life Following Skull Base SurgerySinonasal NeoplasmsSkull Base ReconstructionSkull Base SurgeryStereotactic RadiosurgeryTelemedicineTemporal Bone TumorsTraining and EducationTransorbital Skull Base SurgeryVestibular SchwannomasAdditional CommentsCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.