Medical Genetics & Genomics & North Carolina CME Requirements

  • American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics

      • At a Glance

      • By the end of year 3

        • 75 Category 1 CME Hours
        • Lifelong Learning Activity (Literature Review Modules, Safety Module)
        • Practice Improvement Activity
      • By the end of year 7

        • Additional 100 Category 1 CME hours
        • Lifelong Learning Activity (Literature Review Modules, Safety Module)
        • Practice Improvement Activity
      • By the end of year 10

        • Additional 75 Category 1 CME Hours
        • Lifelong Learning Activity (Literature Review Modules, Safety Module)
        • MOC Exam
        • Practice Improvement Activity

      The ABMGG MOC process includes four components.

      Part one is Professionalism and Professional Standing. This includes the requirement of either a medical license or a letter of attestation of professional conduct (LAPC). This is a requirement on an ongoing basis.
      Part two is Lifelong Learning and Assessment, including literature review modules and an average of 25 CMEs/year.
      Part three is the cognitive exam per specialty area (once every ten years).
      Part four is the practice evaluation/improvement modules in areas consistent with scope of practice.

      Source

  • North Carolina Medical Board

      • At a Glance

        60 total hours every 3 years

      • 60 Category 1 Credits in Area of Practice

      The North Carolina Medical Board requires 60 Category 1 CME credits in topics relevant to their area of practice.
      This requirement can alternatively be fulfilled by obtaining initial certification from an ABMS, AOA or RCPSC specialty board, or by being currently enrolled in an AOA or ACGME accredited graduate medical education program.

      Source

Continuing Education requirements change often. We monitor the boards regularly to stay current, but if any information appears out of date, contact us and let us know.