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Supporting Your MOC Program. Office of CME University of Ottawa. Supporting Your MOC Program. Realities of Life-long Learning in Medical Practice You are continuously improving your patient care based on self-evaluation and lifelong learning

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supporting your moc program

Supporting Your MOC Program

Office of CME

University of Ottawa

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Supporting Your MOC Program

Realities of Life-long Learning in Medical Practice

  • You arecontinuously improving your patient care based on self-evaluation and lifelong learning
  • It is not easy to choose among the many opportunities available to ensure you spend your CPD time wisely.
  • A plan might help.

Planning your Continuing Professional Development activities

Step 1 Assess yourself and your practice to identify gaps or problems that you want to address

Step 2 Be aware of learning opportunities

Step 3 Make choices of learning activities that will keep you up-to-date and support the changes you want to make

Step 4 Keep track of what you are doing including the impact of each activity

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Supporting Your MOC Program

The RCPSC Maintenance of Certification(MOC) program suggests a wide range of continuing professional development(CPD) activities to help you meet the MOC requirements.

The Office of CME offers the following guidance to help you make the best choices for you.

Choices

Assessment: These activities provide data to individuals or groups of physicians. The information can be related to your knowledge or performance across a broad range of professional practice domains. This feedback enables you to identify your needs and areas for development relevant to your professional practice

Programs designed by others: These learning activities are the most predominant type of CME/CPD. They are developed by planning committees based on their understanding of what you need to know or be able to do. They may be live or not and may or may not be accredited.

Self developed activities: You can choose learning activities that you initiate to address a question, problem or increase awareness of new evidence, perspectives or findings that will be relevant to your professional practice

assessment activities
Assessment Activities

These activities provide data to individuals or groups of physicians. The information can be related to your knowledge or performance across a broad range of professional practice domains. This feedback helps you identify needs and areas for development relevant to your professional practice.

  • Can help you choose the CPD activities most relevant to you
  • Contribute to your MOC credits
  • May focus on knowledge or clinical performance

Choices (3 credits/hour)

Chart or Practice Audit with Feedback

Multi-source feedback

Simulation

Educational/administrative assessments

Knowledge Tests with Feedback

  • See Assessment programs

For more details go to: http://rcpsc.medical.org/opa/moc- program/documents/MOC_Short_Guide_ENG.pdfrcpsc.org

programs designed by others
Programs Designed By Others

Programs designed by others are the most predominant type of CME/CPD activity.

These very popular activities are developed by planning committees based on their understanding of what you need to know or be able to do.

self developed activities
Self Developed Activities

You may choose learning activities that you initiate to address a question, problem or increase awareness of new evidence, perspectives or findings that will be relevant to your professional practice

Educational research indicates that adults…”Learn best when responsible for planning/conducting their own educational activities (self directed). (Kaufman 2003)

The RCPSC has created more options for you to obtain credits through self developed activities

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Self Developed Activities

You may choose learning activities that you initiate to address a question, problem or increase awareness of new evidence, perspectives or findings that will be relevant to your professional practice

keeping track of your cpd activities
Keeping Track of Your CPD Activities

Fellows of the RCPSC

  • Create a record keeping system that is integrated into your daily calendar. If you have admin support, ask for help to set it up and use it.

2. Go to RCPSC.org/mainport to set up your personal record keeping CPD file

  • easy to use, personal and private
  • you can document incomplete activities and save your records
  • update regularly and end of year will be painless – it tracks your credits automatically