NeuroSAE III Helps Fulfill Maintenance of Certification Requirements, Assess Knowledge of Neurology

August 13, 2010

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Fulfill your self-assessment and lifelong learning (Part II) component of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN)-mandated Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirements with the latest version of the Academy's 100-question, online self-assessment examination. Compared to previous versions, NeuroSAE III™ features new questions based on the ABPN content outline for the cognitive expertise component (Part III) of MOC—20 percent of which are now accompanied by images.

"Even if you’re not up for recertification and don’t need to fulfill your MOC requirements, the NeuroSAE® exams present an excellent opportunity to assess your knowledge of neurology," said Ralph F. Józefowicz, MD, FAAN, past chair of the AAN's Education Committee. "And even if you’ve taken previous versions of the exam, I encourage neurologists to take the new version as an annual 'check up'—to re-assess their knowledge, see where they've improved, and discover areas which may still need strengthening."

Previous versions of the test are still available to take online, and participants can take any or all of the exams conveniently and at their own pace. The exams even let participants compare their performance to that of other neurologists. Check your knowledge of neurology and take the necessary steps towards fulfilling your MOC requirements—take the NeuroSAE III™ today!