Teaching and Evaluating Point of Care Learning with an Internet-Based Clinical Question Portfolio - American Board of Medical Specialties

In this article, researchers developed and tested an alternative approach to the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) open-book multiple choice exams. Their method, an internet-based point of care learning portfolio, tested positively among participants. The majority of participants preferred the new method and believed it was more consistent to how they practice medicine. As a result, ABIM began offering this portfolio as an elective option in MOC.

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