Continuing Certification (CC)
USCAP offers Lifelong Learning credit in the American Board of Pathology’s (ABPath) Continuing Certification program. The ABPath CC program consists of the following requirements:
- Professionalism and Professional Standing – Diplomates must hold a valid, unrestricted medical license, meet the ABPath’s professionalism expectations, and abide by the American Medical Association’s and American Osteopathic Association’s Code of Ethics.
- Life-Long Learning and Self-Assessment – Diplomates must meet the ABPath’s learning and self-assessment requirements.
- Assessment of Knowledge, Judgment, and Skills – Diplomates must continually assess their pathology-specific knowledge, judgement, and skills.
- Improvement in Medical Practice – Diplomates must engage in specialty-relevant performance-in-practice assessment and improvement activities.
ABPath diplomates must obtain and report to the ABPath a minimum of 70.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ from any combination of accepted credit types during each two-year period if not meeting the Lifelong Learning requirement in another way. For more details on CC requirements, visit the ABPath.