In a new blog post published by Ophthalmology Times, Florida diplomate Joshua Mali, M.D., highlights the American Board of Ophthalmology's Quarterly Questions Pilot Program as one of ophthalmology's top stories of the year. He writes:
"As a board certified ophthalmologist and ABO diplomate, I am currently using the pilot program and find it to be fantastic. I encourage all board certified ophthalmologists to consider utilizing it in their maintenance of certification."
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The Quarterly Questions Pilot is being developed as a future alternative to the DOCK Examination. The pilot includes 50 questions (40 fundamental knowledge questions and 10 journal article-based questions) delivered online, on-demand via computer, tablet, or mobile device. Participants have one minute to answer each multiple-choice knowledge question (five minutes for article-based questions) and receive instant feedback about correct and incorrect answers. Completion of all questions and achievement of an 80% correct on all article-based questions also earns diplomates 7.5 CME credits. No registration is required--diplomates can join at any time. Participants tell us they’re enjoying the hybrid learning and assessment process—96% say they would recommend participation in Quarterly Questions to a friend or colleague. To learn more, visit abop.org/QQ.