MOC Knowledge Self-Assessment Course

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Breastfeeding Friendly Consortium

The online  MOC Knowledge Self-Assessment Course covers 6 topics ranging from Current Trends in Infant Feeding to Prenatal Nutrition and Breastfeeding Education to the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative®. These courses provide pretest and posttest opportunities and are stand-alone resources offering comprehensive information on breastfeeding and provide a crucial foundation in meeting your institution’s Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative®’s training needs.

If you are a physician and need MOC points, please be sure to enroll in the MOC Knowledge Self-Assessment Course ($129) in order to receive appropriate credit. This course includes pretest and posttest exercises, so that in addition to earning 20 CE credit hours, pediatricians can earn 10 MOC Part 2 points. Upon completion, your MOC Part 2 points will be directly reported to the American Board of Pediatrics.

Learners may choose from AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM, L-CERPS, AAFP Prescribed Credit, Virginia Nurses Association contact hours, CPE dietitian credits or a Certification of Participation.

All coursework is self-paced. The system remembers where you stop in an exercise and returns you to that place when you next log on. Completed exercises can be reviewed as often as desired. Through evaluations, you will have the opportunity to provide feedback on your learning experience.

Course content is appropriate for all healthcare providers. Exercises specifically recommended for physicians have been marked with **.

Course Details

In this course, learners may earn up to 20 credits. Credit designation varies according to the length of the module and credit is earned at the completion of each module.

Learners may choose from:

  • AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
  • AAFP Prescribed Credit
  • Virginia Nurses Association contact hours
  • CPE dietitian credits
  • Certification of Participation

  • Content covers Current Trends in Infant Feeding; Labor, Delivery, and the Immediate Postpartum Period; Preterm and Late-Preterm Infants; the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative, and more
  • Content includes case-based scenarios as well as pretest and posttest opportunities
  • Mobile-friendly, on-demand format