Pediatrics CME Requirements

American Board of Pediatrics

    • At a Glance

    • By the end of year 5

      • 40 Self Assessment points
      • 40 Quality Improvement points
      • Additional 20 SA and/or QI points
    • By the end of year 10

      • 40 Self Assessment points
      • 40 Quality Improvement points
      • Additional 20 SA and/or QI points
      • MOC Exam

    The American Board of Pediatrics requires 40 self assessment points, 40 Quality Improvement points, and an additional 20 points in either SA or QI, every 5 years.

    Source

Resources

Pediatrics

    Arthritis - $39

    Earn 2 hours of Arthritis specific CME while earning ABIM MOC points.

    Pediatrics Question Bank CME - $599

    This activity provides up to 45 Category 1 CME credits as well as 30 ABP Approved Part 2 MOC points for every 150 questions answered. This activity is a great way to complete Category 1 credits, MOC points, and prepare for the Pediatric recertification exam.

    Appendix - $39

    Earn one hour of Appendix specific CME by going through questions, answers and explanations.

    Gallbladder CME - $39

    Complete 2 Gallbladder CME hours while also earning 2 ABIM Approved MOC points.

    Geriatric Medicine CME - $79

    Complete up to 5 hours of Geriatric Medicine specific CME by answering multiple choice questions.

    Obesity and Diabetes - $39

    Complete up to 25 hours of Obesity and Diabetes Specific CME. This activity is eligible for Category 1 CME as well as ABIM MOC points.

    Palliative Care CME - $39

    Earn up to 2 hours Palliative Care specific CME by completing a brief assessment.

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 We monitor the boards regularly to stay current, but if any information appears out of date, contact us and let us know.