MOC Tip of the Month
Is the international conference you are attending eligible for an “accredited” credit rating?
“Are you travelling abroad for a conference this spring and wondering if it is eligible for Section 1 ‘accredited group learning’ credits under the MOC Program?
Under the MOC Program, accredited conferences are eligible for one credit per hour.
All live conferences and live workshops held outside of Canada must be developed by a university, academy, hospital, specialty society, physician organization or college in order to be automatically approved as an accredited group learning activity.
How do you know who developed your conference? Check the conference website to see if the developer fits the criteria described above.
If the conference has not been developed by a university, academy, hospital, specialty society, physician organization or college and the conference has not received industry funding, it could be recorded under Section 1 ‘unaccredited group learning’ for 0.5 credits per hour.
If you are unsure, feel free to send an email to the Royal College Services Centre staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
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