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ABPN is not a CME provider. While non-CME Self-Assessment waiver options on the lists below contribute to the Self-Assessment requirement of the ABPN MOC Program, they are NOT recognized by state medical licensing boards as Category-1 CME credits.
The ABPN may waive eight Self-Assessment CME credits through completion of specific non-CME Self-Assessment activities. A maximum of 16 Self-Assessment CME credits may be waived per MOC block with two different types of non-CME Self-Assessment activities (see below) or for successful completion of the MOC Part III Pilot Project.
Use our wizard to learn if you have already earned credit with a Non-CME Self-Assessment activity:Non-CME Self-Assessment Activity Options Wizard
Eight Self-Assessment CME credits (or 16 for the Pilot Project only) will be waived for EACH of the following activity options:
These options require no preapproval by the ABPN:
These options must be submitted to the ABPN at firstname.lastname@example.org for preapproval:
Note: Item writing and teaching/supervision do not count as approved non-CME SA activities.
Diplomates are required to use only ABPN-Approved Self-Assessment activities. The ABPN will approve additional activities over time and reserves the right to approve or reject any course or guideline submitted for approval.
Read our MOC Booklet for more information.