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    New MOCA 2.0 Features are Here:
    Redesigned MOCA Minute display, Personal Portfolio,
    Knowledge Gaps Report & CME Explorer
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    We're Recruiting Question Authors
    for our exams and the MOCA Minute pilot.
    Current question authors don't need to apply.
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    Director Spotlight:
    Deborah J. Culley, M.D.
    Brigham and Women’s Hospital
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    You can change your Practice Profile
    in your portal any time after you've
    registered for MOCA 2.0.
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    WE'RE ON SOCIAL MEDIA
    Check out our Facebook & Twitter pages
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    Watch the OSCE Video
    to see what to expect when OSCEs
    launch in 2018
 
 
 
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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

We're Seeking Question Authors  8/1/2017
We are seeking question writers for our exams and the MOCA Minute® pilot. Writers will be responsible for preparing multiple-choice questions from assigned content areas and will be paired with experienced question editors who will provide guidance and feedback. The application deadline is Aug. 31. Current question authors do not need to reapply.


We've Launched New MOCA 2.0® Features  8/1/2017

We've launched new features for MOCA 2.0® to enhance your experience in the program and support your lifelong learning goals. Our goal is to help you make your learning more impactful so you can fulfill your MOCA requirements in a meaningful way.


ABA/FSMB Study Finds Correlation Between Success on Oral Board Exam and Lowered Risk of License Action for Physicians  4/17/2017
A recent study published in Anesthesiology provides evidence that anesthesiologists who passed their oral board certification exam are significantly less likely to face actions against their medical licenses than those who passed only the written exam or neither exam. These findings provide evidence that the ABA's oral exam assesses important aspects of physician performance not fully captured in a written test.