The American Board of Pediatrics and other medical organizations developed the Part 2 Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program to help pediatricians assess and enhance their clinical knowledge and practice skills.
- General pediatricians and pediatric subspecialists who are engaged in MOC can participate in self-assessments that include: Decision Skills, Subspecialty Self-Assessments and other topic-based self assessments at no additional cost. These activities earn Continued Medical Education (CME) credit.
- Approved self-assessments are available through other organizations including the AAP, subspecialty societies, academic institutions and commercial vendors. These activities also earn CME credit. Some organizations may charge for their activities.
- MOC credit is available for a variety of CME activities, which must include a self-assessment element to be eligible. CME activity sponsors can request MOC credit for qualifying CME activities through ACCME. The sponsor must agree to abide by ABP standards and policies and to report activity completions in a timely manner.
Please log into your ABP Portfolio to access MOC requirements and search for Part 2 activities.