Maintenance of Certification
To find out what and when you need to accomplish your MOC tasks, log onto your ABP Profile via (www.abp.org), click on “Maintenance of Certification” and then “My MOC Requirements” which indicates by when the various activities are due to be completed. “Parts 2 and 4 Activity Search” will allow you to search for specific activities in categories such as “Pediatric Gastroenterology”.
NASPGHAN Part IV MOC
The NASPGHAN MOC Task Force is pleased to announce that we now can provide members with resources that will meet the requisite 40 MOC Part IV credits for each 5-year cycle. For your own specific requirements, please refer to your individual American Board of Pediatrics MOC portfolio,
Resources to be provided include quality improvement and practice performance projects that will qualify for MOC Part IV credits and be relevant to the practicing pediatric gastroenterologist.
The charge for participation in these modules is $250 for participation in TWO of the available modules per 5-year accreditation cycle. Each module will be worth 25 MOC Part IV credits and 20 CME credits; thus, taking 2 modules will fulfill all ABP part 4 MOC requirements for a five-year cycle.
A new MOC Constipation module is now available to participants.
What is involved in a NASPGHAN MOC Part IV Module?
Each module takes 4 months to complete so please plan accordingly. The steps to receive credit are as follows:
Step 1: Complete online pretest
Step 2: Collect and submit data from 10 patients (retrospective) in order to complete Case Report Form #1
Step 3: View module video and take associated post-test
Step 4: Submit Quality Improvement Plan
Step 5: Two months later complete and submit Case Report Form #2 with data from 10 different patients (prospective)
Step 6: Submit second Quality Improvement Plan
Step 7: One month later, complete and submit Case Report Form #3 with data from another 10 patients (prospective)
Step 8: Receive 25 MOC Part IV credits and 20 CME credits.
You will need to sign onto your NASPGHAN account to continue with the checkout process. After your payment has been received, you will receive an email from naspghan.org with instructions on accessing the MOC Module within one business day. If you have any questions you can email us or call us at (858) 576-1700, extension 4778. Please make sure your email recognizes email@example.com as a safe sender so that our emails are not sent to your spam box.
We look forward to providing this much needed service to members and look forward to your feedback as we continue to refine and improve this process.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (NASPGHAN) have partnered to bring you an exclusive offer:
NASPGHAN members receive 15% off* the standard annual subscription rate ($245) for 2016 PREP® GI!
New for 2016 —PREP GI is the latest in the family of AAP PREP self-assessments, perfect for pediatric review and lifelong learning, and annually provides:
- Online access to quarterly installments written by experts in pediatric gastroenterology, hepatology, and nutrition.
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- Instant feedback and ability to mark questions for later review
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PREP® GI is supported, in part, through an educational grant from Abbott Nutrition, a division of Abbott Laboratories, Inc.
CDHNF, NASPGHAN and AAP launch a new quality improvement course for Pediatric practice:
- EQIPP: Differentiate and Manage - GER and GERD
- EQIPP - Frequently Asked Questions
- Information on CME and MOC Credit
NASPGHAN members can participate at a discounted rate.