Ophthalmology CME Courses & Board Review
Let us help you quickly meet your Ophthalmology CME requirements with our comprehensive of CME courses, board reviews, and other activities from top-rated medical education providers. These CME courses cover key topics in Ophthalmology such as optics, eye disorders, refraction, glaucoma, retinal surgery, and much. These Ophthalmology CME activities allow ophthalmologists to quickly and easily meet the American Board of Ophthalmology requirements of at least 250 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ every 10 years.
How many CME credits do Ophthalmologists need to earn?
Ophthalmologists are required to earn a certain number of CME credits dependant on which state medical board they are licensed by. Check out your state’s CME requirements guide to find out exactly how many credits you need to maintain your medical license to practice ophthalmology in your state.
How many CME credits does the American Board of Ophthalmology (ABOP) require Ophthalmologists to earn?
Ophthalmologists who are board certified by the ABOP have to earn at least 250 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM every 10 years to maintain their board certification. 80 of these credits must be self-assessment.
What other maintenance of certification requirements do Ophthalmologists need to meet?
In addition to earning 250 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM every 10 years, the ABOP requires certified Ophthalmologists to complete 1 Patient Safety activity every 3 years, 1 Quality Improvement activity every 5 years, and pass 2 PORT Examinations and the DOCK Examination every 10 years to maintain their board certification.
For more information, please visit ABOP.org
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