|Maintenance of Certification in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities|
|The ABPN MOC Program reflects the Board’s commitment to lifelong learning throughout one’s profession. The mission of the ABPN's Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program is to advance the clinical practice of neurodevelopmental disabilities by promoting the highest evidence-based guidelines and standards to ensure excellence in all areas of care and practice improvement.
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Maintenance of Certification in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities
The Maintenance of Certification Program (MOC) of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology reflects the Board's commitment to lifelong learning throughout one's profession. The mission of MOC is to ensure that diplomates adhere to the highest standards in medicine and pursue excellence in all areas of care and practice improvement. The MOC program requires diplomates to participate in sanctioned self-assessment performance measures, identify perceived weaknesses in their knowledge, pursue learning activities tailored to areas that need to be strengthened, and develop quality improvement programs based on their clinical practice. The goal is for diplomates to reflect on their personal knowledge and performance and commit to a process of improvement and reevaluation of performance measures over a specified time frame that will ultimately lead to improved care for their patients. [more]
MOC Approved* Products: CME, Self Assessment, and PIP
|*Approved products have been reviewed by the ABPN and have been shown to satisfy the criteria for MOC activities. Other activities that satisfy those criteria, but have not been approved by the ABPN may also be used to fulfill the MOC requirements. For a full list of the MOC activity requirements, click here to visit our Maintenance of Certification overview page. Beginning in 2014, diplomates are required to use only ABPN-approved products for Self-Assessment and Performance in Practice activities.|