MOC & Educational Products

Gain access to the highest quality, evidence-based CME in Addiction Medicine for a yearly rate of $250 through the Addiction Medicine MOC & Educational Portal.  

We know you’ll find unmatched value.  All of the activities have been developed and/or vetted by addiction medicine fellowship directors and academic faculty experts without industry support or influence.

Here’s what you’ll have access to:

Over 400 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ in our library
203 CME credits included
216 CME credits:  Additional cost may apply due to copyright restrictions.

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For a full list of activities, click here.

Activity Descriptions

 

Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs) – Up to 52 CME Credits Available

Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs) provide a unique opportunity to stay up-to-date on the latest developments in addiction medicine.  They offer a comprehensive collection of relevant, evidence-based content, can be used as a tool to test your knowledge and skills and 1 CME unit is given for each completed SAMs .  There are four (4) questions per module and immediate feedback is given upon completing the self-assessment.

SAMs are designed to:

  • Facilitate knowledge assessment and improvement
  • Promote practice excellence
  • Advance commitment to professionalism

By completing evidence-based addiction articles with immediate self-assessment, physicians and medical professionals may increase their confidence and better assure their patients that they have aspired to a high standard of education and professionalism in the field.  Continuous development of your knowledge set assures the public that a high standard of care is being advanced.

Addiction e-Practice Test (ADePT) – 5 CME Credits

ADePT is a proven knowledge self-assessment and Board test preparation tool developed by the academic panel of addiction medicine experts of The Addiction Medicine Foundation’s ADePT Committee, Co-Chaired by Drs. Tim Brennan and Sheila Specker.

Updated in 2018, ADePT has been optimized based on psychometric analysis performed by the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) and meets the high standards expected from an actual board exam.

This evidence-based, referenced, online Addiction Medicine practice test is a cognitive assessment tool aimed at identifying areas of strengths and weaknesses in Addiction Medicine knowledge.  It is a helpful exercise for physicians planning to take the Addiction Medicine certification examination, as well as physicians and others wishing to assess their knowledge in the field.  As an in-training examination it was primarily developed and is maintained to assess the knowledge base of Addiction Medicine Fellows upon entry and periodically throughout their subspecialty training.

  • Mimics Real Examination Administration
  • 300 Questions (includes 100 Bonus questions:  the actual ABPM exam has 200 questions))
  • Psychometrically Sound
  • Helps assess learning gaps in core content

TAMF Recommended Activities – 84 CME Credits Available

    AMSAMs Bundle – Up to 82 CME Credits

(This is a compilation of all SAMs including the 52 above.  You can only get CME credit once per individual SAM activity.)

AMSAMs provide physicians the opportunity to be ‘in the know’ with literature in the field of addiction medicine.  A panel of experts from TAMF’s Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment Committee selected 82 significant journal articles to cover the range of critical topics related to the science and clinical practice of addiction medicine. Each module contains a link to the journal article, and 4 questions.  Immediate feedback is given upon answering the self-assessment questions.

  Focus on Prevention and Early Intervention – 2 CME Credits

Identifying and Responding to Substance Use among Adolescents and Young Adults – 1 CME

Best Clinician Resources for Identifying and Responding to Substance Use Among Adolescents and Young Adults – 1 CME (accreditation pending)

Practice Performance Assessment Activities Up to 80 CME Credits (Coming Soon)

Practice Performance Assessment Activities are opportunities for physicians and other medical professionals to demonstrate competence by applying systematic measurement and improvement in their ability to provide patient care.

The Comprehensive Addiction Medicine Assessment – 20 CME

Substance Use Withdrawal Management – 20 CME

Self-Directed (Non-clinical, Special Practice Environment) – 20 CME

Addiction Medicine and Hepatitis C: Aligning Your Clinical Practice with Evidence-Based Care – 20 CME (now available)

Other Addiction Medicine Activities – 250 CME Credits Available

 

The Addiction Medicine Foundation 

The Addiction Medicine Foundation (TAMF) has been the leader in developing continuing certification content and competencies for addiction medicine for over 10-years.  At the forefront in credentialing and expanding the addiction medicine workforce, TAMF developed the standards for post-graduate addiction medicine training and led the science-based national campaign to bring the field of addiction medicine into the “House of Medicine”.

 

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