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ACP offers a number of resources to help members make sense of the MOC requirements and earn points.
Understanding MOC Requirements
Earn MOC points
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April 11-13, 2019
Internal Medicine Meeting 2019
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To receive an award or Mastership, one must be nominated by a
peer or colleague and supported by two-three others. This process
is confidential. Individuals should not
self-nominate and, if nominated, should not be involved in the
process. Only ACP Fellows may be nominated for Mastership. While it
is technically a class of ACP membership, Mastership also is
If a nominee is not selected during the first year of
consideration, two additional supporting letters plus an updated CV
are strongly encouraged, but not required, during the following two
years. After being presented a third time, an unsuccessful nominee
is no longer eligible, and all new materials are required for that
nominee to be reconsidered.
Please note that the College receives a large number of
excellent nominees for Mastership each year among a pool of highly
distinguished Fellows, but only about 50 Masterships are
In keeping with the College's Diversity Policy, the Awards
Committee encourages nomination of a wide array of outstanding
candidates, including women, physicians from diverse groups, and
international members and colleagues.