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Preventive Medicine MOC Exam Facts:

The Preventive Medicine MOC Exam content consists of ONLY the candidate’s specialty or subspecialty. The MOC Exam follows the same content outline as the initial certification exam without the core portion.

The Preventive Medicine MOC Exam is an in-person examination in pencil and paper format. Candidates have two hours to the complete the exam which includes 100 multiple-choice questions. A score of 60 correct answers or more is considered passing. Pass/fail results are emailed to the candidates no later than four weeks after the exam.

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The BoardVitals Preventive Medicine MOC question bank follows the ABPM Preventive Medicine MOC Exam Study Guide & Content Outline as follows:

Aerospace Medicine Specialty Exam:

  • The Flight Environment 40%
  • Clinical Aerospace Medicine 30%
  • Operational Aerospace Medicine 20%
  • Management and Administration 10%

Occupational Medicine Specialty Exam:

  • Prevention, Exposure Assessment, Hazard Recognition and Control 20%
  • Clinical Patient Care 60%
  • OEHS Administration and Systems-based Practice 20%

Public Health and General Preventive Medicine Specialty Exam:

  • Health Services Administration 30%
  • Environmental Health 15%
  • Biostatistics 10%
  • Epidemiology 15%
  • Clinical Preventive Medicine 30%
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