Maintenance of Certification

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in the UK

Training to be a physician in the UK is a somewhat different process than in the United States. Through assessments and the ever-changing certification process, physicians are reaching new levels of standardization in medicine. CPD in the UK is required for revalidation and is a large part...
| April 26th, 2018| Learning| 0 Comments|

Internal Medicine CME: Lifelong Learning for the Busy Internist

Internists want to stay up to date on medical knowledge, and they need to meet state licensing requirements — this is where continuing medical education (CME) comes in. But between practice, research, and the many other duties of a practicing physician, where exactly does internal medicine CME...
| January 26th, 2018| Internal Medicine| 4 Comments|

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in Australia

NEJM Knowledge+ is not just in use in the United States; physicians and PAs all over the world benefit from using our adaptive learning platform for maintenance of certification and board review. Although we developed NEJM Knowledge+ content to align with U.S.-based medical board blueprints, learners in...
| April 20th, 2017| NEJM Knowledge+| 1 Comment|

The New ABFM SAM: a Look Under the Hood

Effective July 2016, the ABFM SAM (American Board of Family Medicine Self-Assessment Modules for Maintenance of Certification) have undergone important changes. The ABFM Family Medicine Certification process is designed to measure physician performance, enforce a standard of quality health care, and encourage physicians to develop a habit...
| September 22nd, 2016| Family Medicine| 8 Comments|

Across the Board: Changes to Maintenance of Certification (MOC)

Maintenance of Certification (MOC) has been controversial, but most physicians agree that it is important to participate in continuous learning as evidence-based medicine, drugs, and technologies are innovating rapidly. Feedback from physicians in practice is driving adjustments to MOC programs in the American Board of Internal Medicine...
| August 18th, 2016| Family Medicine| 5 Comments|