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Credit for MOC Parts 2 and 4 may be obtained from a select group of other organizations with similar objectives as the American Board of Pediatrics (ABP), as shown below.
When you receive MOC credit from other organizations, you must still comply with other ABP MOC requirements — a valid, unrestricted medical license, a successful MOC exam within 10 years and paid MOC enrollment fees — to maintain your ABP certification.
In addition, it is your responsibility to notify ABP — by sending us a completed attestation form — to ensure that we recognize your MOC Part 2 or 4 activities with reciprocal organizations. Attestation forms are on our website and in the activity search section of your ABP Portfolio. Please allow two weeks for processing.
|American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS)||Diplomates of other ABMS boards will receive 50 MOC points in Part 2 and 50 MOC points in Part 4 upon providing evidence that the MOC requirements from another ABMS member board have been completed.|
|Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (RCPSC)||Pediatricians practicing in Canada will receive 50 MOC points in Part 2 and 50 MOC points in Part 4 upon providing evidence that they meet the RCPSC MOC requirements.|
|ACGME Accredited Training Programs||Diplomates who have completed additional training in an Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) residency or fellowship may receive 10 MOC points in Part 2 and 10 MOC points in Part 4 for each 12 months of additional training completed during their current MOC cycle.|