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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
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"Honesty and integrity must govern all types and stages of
research, from the laboratory to randomized clinical trials, and
from the initial design and grant application to publication of
results and translation into practice... Investigators and their
institutions, authors, and editors are individually and jointly
responsible for ensuring that the obligations of honesty and
integrity are met.” Ethics Manual, Sixth Edition
Under a grant from the Association of American Medical Colleges
(AAMC) and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Office of Research Integrity (ORI), ACP Ethics and Professionalism
staff implemented a member education and support program on the
responsible conduct of office-based research.
Research in the Physician's Office: Navigating the Ethical
Minefield, an article published in The Hastings Center
Report, illustrates how to evaluate the appropriateness of
participation in clinical trials for the physician in private
A workshop, entitled Doing Research in the Office:
Professionalism and Pitfalls was presented at ACP's annual meeting
as well as at several ACP chapter meetings.
A patient education brochure, Volunteering for a
Research Study?, provides information and guidance to patients
who are considering volunteering for a research study. The
brochures are designed to facilitate conversations between doctors
and their patients. They are intended for distribution in doctors’
offices and come in packages of 50. Access the brochure order form.