10/26 eShadowing Attendance Quiz
Successful completion of this quiz (80%) and 45 minutes of combined attendance (Live and/or Replay) of the eShadowing session will earn you 1 (one) hour of eShadowing credit. If you are unsure of the below answers you can watch the replay of the webinar at eShadowing.com/replay.

Enter your email address below. This must be the same email address you used to register for eShadowing sessions. You can request a certificate when you need a certificate (please try to request it only once since it costs me money to create them).

Please visit eShadowing.com and review the FAQs for information about certificates and much more.
Email address *
Please Verify Your Email Address *
This must be the same email address as above and the same email address you used to register for eShadowing sessions.
I understand I should NOT request a certificate after each individual eShadowing session. I understand I SHOULD only request a certificate when needed. (i.e. application, committee letter application etc). *
The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) says that anyone coming to an emergency department must be stabilized and treated, regardless of their insurance status or ability to pay. *
1 point
What is the reason given for rolling the patient on their side in the first case study? *
1 point
What is the FIRST thing a student shadower should do in a situation that appears unsafe? *
1 point
What was the probable cause of the female patient's tremors and tachycardia (elevated heart rate) in the second case study? *
1 point
What approach did the medical student take in the second case study to ascertain the patient's alcohol and/or drug use? *
1 point
What is your preferred FULL NAME for your shadowing certificate? Please make sure this is accurate since this will be what is on your certificate. *
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