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ABEM Announces Changes to MOCP and CNCT Exams

2/17/2015
 
The American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine (ABEM) is pleased to announce some big changes to the administration of both the ABEM Maintenance of Certification Program (MOCP) Exam and the Certified Nerve Conduction Technologist (CNCT) Exam.

Candidates will now be able to take either exam from their workplace, instead of having to travel. Previously, candidates had to take the exams in person at either the spring meeting in Chicago, IL, or at the American Associations of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine’s (AANEM) Annual Meeting.

“We listened to our members and diplomates, who were having trouble getting time off of work to travel for the exams,” said Derek S. McMurchie, professional standards manager at AANEM. “And, by allowing candidates to take the exam at their place of work with a local proctor, the costs associated with traveling, hotel, meal costs, time off of work, etc. have been reduced. We are excited to do what we can to allow the candidate to focus on the actual exam instead of their connecting flight.”

More information about the ABEM MOCP Examination changes

More information about the ABEM CNCT Examination changes


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