MOC Part III: Cognitive Expertise
Continuous Assessment Program (CAP) Pilot
Diplomates demonstrate through the Continuous Assessment Program (CAP) Pilot, that they have the fundamental, practice / environment-related knowlege to provide quality care to their specialty.
The CAP Pilot promotes a continuous process for lifelong learning and self-assessment to keep skills clinically relevant and knowledge current in a rapidly changing practice environment.
CAP consists of two five-year cycles. Each year consists of two six-month question blocks, 30 article-based and 10 core / general knowledge questions. The first block is January 1 through June 30th. The second block is July 1 through December 31st.
For more information, see "Update on ABAI Maintenance of Certification Program"About MOC
- MOC Frequently Asked Questions
- Recipricocal Credit with ABP & ABIM
- MOC Core Competencies
- Part I: Professional Standing
- Part II: Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment
- Part III: Cognitive Expertise
- Part IV: Quality Improvement