Continuous Assessment Program (CAP)

Diplomates demonstrate through the Continuous Assessment Program (CAP), that they have the fundamental, practice/environment-related knowledge to provide quality care to their specialty.

CAP promotes a continuous process for lifelong learning and self-assessment to keep skills clinically relevant and knowledge current in a rapidly changing practice environment.

As June 20, 2019, the Directors of the ABAI have adjusted the dates of the CAP Pilot blocks as indicated below:

BLOCK TWO OF 2019 - July 1, 2019 through January 15, 2020
CME Credit will be available through the College.
Article Review Session at ACAAI Annual Meeting and online on the College Learning Connection.

 

BLOCK ONE OF 2020 - Opens February 15, 2020 through July 15, 2020
CME Credit will be available through the Academy

Article Review Session at AAAAI Annual Meeting and online on the AllergyWatch.
 

BLOCK TWO OF 2020 - Opens August 15, 2020 through January 15, 2021
CME Credit will be available through the College.
Article Review Session at ACAAI Annual Meeting and online on the College Learning Connection.

 

During each 6-month cycle, you will:

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The tests are "open book;" however, there is a time restriction for each question. For more information, see "Update on ABAI Maintenance of Certification Program." 

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Continuous Assessment Program (CAP)