Part 1 - Professionalism and Professional Standing
This component addresses aspects of professionalism that are demonstrated through a physician’s clinical competence, commitment to lifelong learning and professional improvement, interpersonal skills, and ethical understanding and behavior.
A hands-on learning experience that provides live patient interviews and other materials to help you navigate your CSV exams and prepare for your ABPN psychiatry board exam.
The new 4th edition contains 250+ board review questions that complement our online study course.
On-demand online course contains 45+ chapterized sessions that review all the important topics covered in the ABPN psychiatry board certification exam.
Part 2 - Lifelong Learning (CME) and Self-Assessment (SA)
This component requires psychiatrists to complete Category 1 specialty and/or subspecialty CME credits each year. In addition, a specified number of those credits must be ABPN-approved Self-Assessment activities relevant to your specialty and/or subspecialty.
Search for and participate in CME-certified education on a variety of mental health topics: cognitive behavioral therapy, depression, mind body medicine, PTSD, substance use disorders, and much more.
A series of ABPN-approved modules that help you identify clinical and practice management skills that are central to quality care and improved outcomes for patients with psychiatric conditions.
Part 3 - Assessment of Knowledge, Judgment, and Skills
Every 10 years psychiatrists must apply for and complete a Maintenance of Certification (MOC) exam in your specialty and/or subspecialty(ies). If you have multiple certifications you can take a Combined MOC exam.
On-demand online course contains 45+ chapterized sessions that review all the important topics covered in the ABPN MOC exam. All content is developed with consideration for the DSM-V diagnostic criteria.
Part 4 - Improvement in Medical Practice (PIP)
This component is designed to identify and implement areas for improvement based on the review of your own patient charts (Clinical Module) or feedback from peers or patients (Feedback Module).
This module helps you assess your current practice patterns, compare those practice patterns to a set of best practices, participate in educational activities to improve your practice, and then re-evaluate your practice following the education.