Board Review & Maintenance of Certification
Medical knowledge modules provide evidence of a commitment to lifelong learning and involvement in periodic self-assessment to guide continuing learning. Each module allows diplomates to perform a diagnostic self-assessment of their strengths and weaknesses in important aspects of the knowledge base underlying each certification area.
Board Review Item Bank
AGA’s new Board Review Item Bank provides trainee members and members free online practice tests addressing specific GI and Hepatology Core Curriculum topics. Each topic includes a set of approximately 20 multiple-choice questions in practice test format.
Self-Assessment Modules (GI SAM®)
GI SAM, a series of online self-assessment modules, is an interactive, intuitive product that will assess your current knowledge of specific gastroenterology- and hepatology-related topics.
DDSEP is a comprehensive, self-directed reference that provides an in-depth review of gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition.
AGA Institute Guidebooks to ABIM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) provides concise one- and two-page monographs linked to each of the questions in the ABIM Gastroenterology Modules for ABIM Recertification.
Practice Improvement Modules
Conduct a structured, data-driven evaluation of a specific area of your practice, identifying opportunities for ongoing improvement in practice.
The Changing Maintenance of Certification Landscape
The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) will be implementing changes to its Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program beginning January 2014. John F. Kuemmerle, MD, AGAF, walks you through these changes and highlights the resources AGA has in place to help.
The Importance of Maintenance of Certification: A Six-Part Series
- Why Maintain Your Certification?
- Recertification Requirements: What You Need to Know
- Recertification: Self-Evaluation Requirements
- AGA Creates Board Certification and Recertification Prep Tool
- Navigating the Changing Recertification Landscape
- AGA Expands Resources to Help Members Meet ABIM MOC Requirements