AAOS Board Maintenance of Certification Preparation and Review

Program Details

Course Highlights

Content covers the testable concepts in 10 orthopaedic specialty classifications. Faculty pre-record lectures, available in advance, sharing their expertise in each area.

During the live-streamed portion, faculty present high-yield material with key takeaways in each area, review mock exam questions, and provide Q&A discussion.

"Probably the best review course I've ever done. Because it's online, I was able to complete at my own pace and get more out of it." - 2020 Virtual Course Attendee

Continue the challenge until the exam!

Exclusive online resources are included with your course registration.

  • Full Course Recording
  • MOC Mock Exam
  • Course Syllabus 

Review course content through 9/16/2021!

Add the Course Recording for Only $399! Earn 27 Additional CME Credits. 

Supplement your notes, hear it all again for improved retention, and earn 27 additonal CME! This self-directed web-based program lets you engage at your convenience across your devices.

Select the "Course Plus OnDemand Access" option during registration. Product will be available 60 days following the course.

Note: Course attendees will have access to the live course content for 60 days. 

Who Should Attend?

Practicing orthopaedic surgeons attend this intensive review to secure the knowledge and confidence of the testable material needed to prepare for the MOC recertification exam. Orthopaedic practitioners get an in-depth review of the fundamentals and advances in orthopaedic surgery. Physician assistants will gain a broad overview of current treatment and general aspects of orthopaedic patient care.

 

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