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MOCA-Peds Survey Data TO PARTICIPANTS

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2017 PILOT  PARTICIPATION AT A GLANCE
A MESSAGE FROM THE MOCA-PEDS TEAM AT THE ABP
MOCA-PEDS IS THE ABP'S PILOT, AIMING TO RESHAPE THE MOC PART 3 ASSESSMENT
The information below provides you, the 2017 MOCA-Peds pilot participants, with a first look at who participated in the pilot 2017 and how your fellow pediatricians have used the platform in Quarters 1-3 (January - September, 2017).
5,081 pediatricians participated in the pilot in 2017. Here's how they breakdown by specialty.
66.1%  (3,359) of pilot participants are female; 33.9% (1,722) are male. This number closely resembles the pediatric workforce.
Gender breakdown
Age breakdown
The mean participant age is 47. Take a closer look at how the MOCA-Peds demographics breakdown by age group.
Where in the world are you logging into MOCA-Peds?
While most of the participating pediatricians live in the US, people are logging in from around the world. Take a look at all of the countries where pediatricians have accessed the platform thus far.
*Estimated using anonymous Google Analytics data in Quarters 1-3
GETTING INSTANT FEEDBACK
Pilot participants were asked: How useful is the rationale for the correct answer?
ARE MOCA-PEDS QUESTIONS USEFUL LEARNING TOOLS?
Pilot participants were asked if they agreed or disagreed with the following statement: "MOCA-Peds questions were useful learning tools."
By comparison, 66.5% found the references somewhat to extremely useful.
Of the pilot participants, 15.8% did NOT use resources; 19.4% used resources on 10 or more questions.
Did you use resources?
Quarter 3 Survey Results
*Estimated using anonymous Google Analytics data. Not corrected for US time zones.
When were your peers using MOCA-Peds?
Some fun facts about time in the first six months of the pilot.
Another Look at Time
Pilot participants have up to five minutes to answer a question. The average time spent on each question is 1 min 55 seconds.
Estimates for how much time passed between taking the first question and the last question in a quarter. For example, 25% of participants in Quarter 1 completed all 20 questions in less than an hour compared to 35% in Quarter 2.
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Information aggregated from over 11,400 pilot participant survey responses and anonymous user data
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