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MOC at SGIM

SGIM offers various ways for physicians to earn Maintenance of Certification (MOC) credit and CME credit. All modules are ABIM and UAB approved. All participants who successfully complete modules will receive credit through UAB. 

SGIM MOC modules outlined below are offered free of charge to SGIM members.

Available MOC Modules

Evidence Based Medical Education                   

8 MOC points / 2 CME credits

 

Women's Health                                                       

 

10 MOC points / 2 CME credits

 

How Do I Register for an MOC Module?

You can get registered in five easy steps:

  1. Click the blue Register Now button located below and enter your user id and password. if you do not have a user id and password, you can create one. 

  2. Click the Meetings link located on the left navigation menu of the screen. Select your desired MOC module.   

  3. Select Register for this Meeting.

  4. Next, click the blue Register button and fill out the requested information. If you are currently an SGIM member,  your information should auto-populate. 

  5. Select the Continue Registration button. On the next screen, select the Submit Registration button.

  6. You will receive an e-mail confirmation that includes a link to the module you selected upon registering.     

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Who Should Complete MOC?

This MOC module is designed to serve the needs of general internists and other primary care and specialty physicians interested in medical education, health care delivery and policy, and clinical general medicine.

MOC Purpose

This module is intended to develop the professional skills of academic general internists and others interested in medical education, health care delivery and policy, and clinical general medicine.  Additionally, this module offers participants the opportunity to develop a personalized educational experience.  Research findings, interesting clinical cases, and skill-building opportunities addressing issues important to understanding cultural competence and health disparities in academic general medicine will be presented.

Learning Objectives

This MOC module will assess diplomats knowledge and skills related to racial, ethnic, and other disparities in the following general content areas: 1) Knowledge of the history of disparities in the U.S.; 2) Use and interpretation of public health data regarding disparities; 3) Best practices regarding doctor-patient communication to minimize disparities; 4) Evidence supporting the persistence of disparities in the US healthcare system; 5) Regulations and legislation intended to minimize disparities 

Disclosure of Dual Commitments Policy

SGIM requires all module contributors to comply with the UASOM Policy on Financial Disclosure. Every contributor must  submit a disclosure statement. SGIM will contact each presenter disclosing commercial external funding in order to resolve all conflicts of interest.

 

CME Accreditation Statement

These activities have been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the University of Alabama School of Medicine (UASOM) and the Society of General Internal Medicine. The UASOM is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

 The University of Alabama School of Medicine designates this Enduring Material for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

 UAB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institute.

 

Questions About MOC/CME

For questions about MOC modules at SGIM, please contact MOC staff members by clicking here.