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NEJM Knowledge+ Offers More MOC, Automatically!

We are making some important changes to NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review to enable you to earn many more MOC points. Many of you are aware of the changes that the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME)...
| June 16th, 2016| Internal Medicine| 1 Comment|

FIRST Trial on Surgical Resident Duty Hours Sheds Light for Educators

It is exciting to see this landmark study about resident duty hours in the New England Journal of Medicine. The FIRST Trial studied the impact of altering duty hours in surgical trainees on patient care outcomes and resident satisfaction. Researchers from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine,...
| February 2nd, 2016| Learning| 3 Comments|

NEJM Knowledge+ Welcomes Dr. Alex Djuricich as NEJM Group Education Editor

NEJM Group, a division of the Massachusetts Medical Society dedicated to creating products that advance knowledge, practice, and learning for the global medical community, has named Alexander M. Djuricich, MD, as its new Education Editor. NEJM Group and its flagship product, the New England Journal of Medicine,...
| January 7th, 2016| NEJM Knowledge+| 4 Comments|

ABIM Changes MOC, Extends Suspension of Requirements

ABIM is changing MOC and will not require Practice Assessment, Patient Voice, and Patient Safety in its Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program through December 31, 2018. Earlier this year, ABIM announced that they would be suspending these requirements for 2 years, and it was not clear what...
| December 18th, 2015| Internal Medicine| 2 Comments|

ABIM Assessment 2020 Task Force Recommends Dramatic Changes to MOC Exam

The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) released a report [PDF] yesterday from its Assessment 2020 Task Force that recommends replacing the 10-year MOC exam with “meaningful, less burdensome” assessments that physicians could take at home or at the workplace. In addition, the panel recommends new assessments...
| September 17th, 2015| Internal Medicine| 2 Comments|