Volume 2, Issue 1

In This Issue:

FAQs - Focus on MOC Participation

What does it mean to be "Participating in MOC?" What happens if I decide not to participate in MOC? View some frequently asked questions about CME credits for the ABAI MOC program. (read more)

ABAI President's JACI Editorial Underscores MOC and Professionalism

ABAI President, Stephen I. Wasserman's editorial "Maintenance of Certification and maintenance of professionalism" from the March 2011 issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology2 emphasizes the role that MOC and professional self-regulation play in serving as mechanisms for quality assurance and improvement.

President's Message: ABAI MOC Program - Maximizing Quality at a Minimum of Cost

Stephen I. Wasserman, MD, President

As I was thinking about this column I thought that a discussion of how the board works, and how that work is accomplished, both physically and financially might be of interest... (read more)

ABAI MOC Program Highlighted in Annals: "To do or not to do?"

A colloborative article published in the December 2010 issue of Annals Of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology highlights the purpose, rationale and benefits of participation in the MOC program while underscoring the tenets of lifelong learning and quality improvement and outcomes.

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Special Feature: ABAI's First Board Certified Diplomate

Paul M. Seebohm, MD

Tucked quietly amid the commotion of Kinnick Stadium — "Hawkeye" football — and roar of crowds where wrestling reigns supreme is... (read more)