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ABAI’s new Continuous Assessment Program unveiled in the January/February issue of JACI In Practice


An article published in the current issue of JACI In Practice outlines the changes that the ABAI is implementing to transform the current Part III Secure Exam into a continuous, primarily article-based model that offers more flexibility to diplomates and ongoing learning as hallmarks of a new pilot program.

Co-Authors: David I. Bernstein, MD: Chair of the ABAI, Stephen I. Wasserman, MD: President of the ABAI, William P. Thompson, MS: Director of Examination Development, ABAI, and Theodore M. Freeman, MD: MOC Examination Co-Chair, ABAI, summarize the basis and framework for the pilot while highlighting program design for this new initiative which will begin on January 1, 2018.

To access and read the full-text of the article titled: “ABAI's MOC Assessment of Knowledge Program Matures: Adding Value with Continuous Learning and Assessment”, please login to the JACI In Practice website at:

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