NASPGHAN Part IV MOC Now Available
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."
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.
The modules now available include: NASPGHAN MOC Failure to Thrive; NASPGHAN MOC Informed Consent; NASPGHAN MOC Endoscopy: Colonoscopy; NASPGHAN MOC Upper Endoscopy; NASPGHAN MOC Constipation; NASPGHAN MOC Transition and NASPGHAN MOC Enteral Nutrition. (The Enteral Nutrition module is supported by an educational grant from Abbott Nutrition.)
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. 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 at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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(Prepared by the NASPGHAN MOC Task Force)
ABP MOC Portfolio Instruction Guide