Top Questions for the Quarter: January - March, 2013
These FAQs are a collection of common questions resulting from tradeshows, phone calls and submitted questions from the ABPN website. The ABPN sends out a quarterly email to subscribers highlighting new questions and features that provide helpful insight when applying for an examination and tips for maintaining certification. Subscribe NOW to keep apprised of new information pertaining to initial certification and maintenance of certification (MOC).
1. What is the Continuous Pathway to Lifelong Learning (C-MOC)?
Beginning in 2012, all diplomates that pass their initial certification or MOC examination will be awarded a certificate in their specialty and will be automatically enrolled in Continuous Pathway to Lifelong Learning (CP-MOC). Enrollment will include paying an annual fee and participating in MOC activities. Click here for a listing of all ABPN Approved MOC products.
2. What is ABPN Physician Folios?
ABPN Physician Folios is for candidates and diplomates. It offers a single source for information pertinent to a physician at all the various stages of a relationship with the ABPN - from resident through seasoned diplomate engaged in MOC. Likewise, ABPN Physician Folios provides a dynamic conduit for important data exchange such as making updates to personal contact information, updating medical license information, contact information, applying and paying for an examination, etc.Click here to activate an account or login.
3. How to find an application
An application can be found by selecting your specialty/subspecialty, then clicking "Application Materials" at the top of the page.
Video Tutorial for finding an application
This instructional video will show you how to get find an application. In this sample, the focus will be on psychiatry that has a PDF application and a link to ABPN Physician Folios to apply and pay for an examination online.
A written narrative of this video is also available to download
Video duration: 3:38 seconds
by Michael Ring
Instructions for playing a video
Click the arrow button located in the center of each video.
If needed, use the bracket symbol located in the lower right corner of the video to enlarge to full screen.
Press the escape key on your keyboard to return to this page.
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