MOC Activities for Allergy/Immunology

Use these activities to improve quality of care and satisfy certification requirements.


AAAAI MOC Activities

The AAAAI offers a variety of continuing education activities that are accepted by various certifying boards for Parts II and IV of Maintenance of Certification. All of the activities listed below are approved for MOC for physicians, and some are approved for physician assistants. The start page of each activity will identify which certifying body accepts it for its Maintenance of Certification program.

MOC Part II: Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment
AAAAI Allergy/Immunology Self-Assessment: this activity includes a set of eleven timed quizzes covering a variety of allergy/immunology topics; learners complete the assessment and report completion of a follow-up learning plan to satisfy the MOC requirement

2016-2017 AAAAI Professionalism in Medical Practice Self-Assessment Module: This module – based on an activity developed by the American College of Cardiology - provides an opportunity for you to self-assess professionalism behaviors in your practice by answering a series of knowledge and case study questions.

ABAI Recent Advances Module: requires registration with the ABAI to complete the Module

ABAI Patient Safety Foundations Module: requires separate registration through the ABAI website; the module opens to users on September 1, 2016

Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology and Journal of Allergy and Immunology: In Practice MOC Article Series: CME articles that include "MOC" in the title will qualify; readers must read the article and complete both the post-test and a follow-up assessment 2-3 months later to satisfy the MOC requirement

MOC Part IV: Improvement in Medical Practice
Asthma IQ: this practice support and improvement tool is based on the NHLBI EPR-3 Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma (2007) and offers options for both allergy/immunology specialists and primary care providers

PI Pro: Food Allergy: this performance improvement CME activity is based on the NIAID Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Food Allergy in the United States (2010)

Chronic Urticaria PI-CME: this performance improvement CME activity, jointly developed by the AAAAI and the American Academy of Dermtology, is based on the 2014 Diagnosis and Management of Acute and Chronic Urticaria: A Practice Parameter Update

AAAAI QCDR for Practice Improvement 2016: Users of the AAAAI Qualified Clinical Data Registry can use their registry data as the basis for a practice improvement activity as well.

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