AMERICAN BOARD OF UROLOGY
MANDATED CME CONTENT REQUIREMENTS
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CME Requirements At-A-Glance
Renewal Cycle:
      Three-year CME cycle


Minimum CMEs:
CME Requirements Detail
Evidence of lifelong learning is shown twice during the 10-year cycle by the completion of 90 hours of Urology-focused continuing medical education (CME), of which 30 hours must be Category 1 as defined by the American Urological Association.

Diplomates holding FPMRS Subspecialty certification must demonstrate their involvement in continuing urologic education by documenting 30 of the required 90 CME Credits in the area of Female Urology within the three-year period prior to submission, based on the diplomate timeline. The 30 Female Urology CME Credits must be earned through Category 1 CME activities.

Diplomates holding Pediatric Urology Subspecialty certification must demonstrate their involvement in continuing urologic education by documenting 30 of the required 90 CME Credits in the area of Pediatric Urology within the three-year period prior to submission, based on the diplomate timeline. The 30 Pediatric Urology CME Credits must be earned through Category 1 CME activities. Diplomates report CME Completion data in MoC years 2 and 5.
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Updated April 2020
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