MOC Participation Agreement Gets Update

MOC Participation Agreement Gets Update

In response to concerns regarding the terms in the agreement posted in myABR and OLA early last month, we have updated the document that diplomates sign when first logging in. The primary purpose of the agreement is to outline the basic tenets of participation in Maintenance of Certification (MOC), including a reminder that ABR content is proprietary. Sharing is prohibited in order to ensure that MOC activities are fair and equitable for all participants.

The new agreement removes language about indemnification and waiving legal rights. Anyone who agreed to the previous terms need not sign the updated agreement; the new terms will be grandfathered in.

We regret the errors that led to the posting of the original agreement, and we apologize for the resultant confusion. Anyone with questions should contact our certification services team at information@theabr.org or (520) 790-2900.

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