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Lifelong Learning & Self-Assessment

Part 2 of Maintenance of Certification Program

Article Assignments

 

 

Article Categories

 

 

Annual Lifelong Learning & Self-Assessment Snapshot
Read 30 articles.
Answer 4 questions per article (total 120 questions).
Score 80% or higher average to successfully complete MOC (96 or more correct answers out of 120).
Scoring below 80% will require re-entry process to retain certification.
Score of 86% or higher on your first submission responses (cumulative for Years 1-5 and maintain 86% or higher for Year 6) provides exemption option from Year-6 exam.
Year-6 article assignments still must be completed, even if you opt out of taking the Year 6 exam.
Deadline to complete articles assignments: 12/15/2018.
Receive 25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) upon successful completion of assignments. 
If not an ACOG member, you'll pay an ACOG fee of $390 each year to cover the cost of administration of the CME credit (for MOC Parts II and IV).

 

2017 Enhancements

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Continuing Medical Education

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Pediatric & Adolescent Gynecology

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Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment (LLSA):

 

  • Requires ongoing participation in high-quality learning activities.
  • Is delivered through article-reading assignments from peer-reviewed literature on clinically relevant patient-management information, best-practice guidelines, and research.

 

Annually, ABOG delivers about 160 article options to your ABOG physician portal page. They're released in three 50-article batches, usually in  January, May, and August (though some articles may appear at other times during the year).

 

You have two opportunities to answer questions for each article correctly. If your initial answer is incorrect, you'll get feedback and a second chance to answer. For information on the pilot program and the opportunity to opt-out from taking the Year 6 Exam, go to tabbed section titled: MOC Pilot Program.

 

Specialist and Subspecialist Diplomates have different reading assignments. See Article Assignments for details.