The American Society of Hematology is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
ASH offers a number of mechanisms to support professionals in the field of hematology with both continuing medical education (CME) and maintenance of board certifications (MOC).
CME and MOC Offerings
ASH facilitates self-directed, practice-based education to support hematologists' commitment to lifelong learning through a variety of activities that offer CME and MOC credit including meetings, knowledge testing, and practice improvement modules.
The ASH Academy, the eLearning platform for hematologists, provides the most current practice tools, clinical support, and educational products in hematology to meet your continuing education needs including each of the resources listed below.
Six tests for a combined total of 70 points:
- Lab Hematology & Cellular Therapy: 15 points
- Consultative Hematology: 5 points
- Anemia, Iron Physiology and Disorder: 10 points
- Thrombosis & Hemostasis: 10 points
- Myeloid Diseases: 15 points
- Lymphoid Disorders: 15 points
Credits available from the six tests above include:
- 70 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM
- 70 ABIM Medical Knowledge Points
- 70 American Board of Pathology SAM Credits
The ASH-SAP is a high-quality educational product offering up-to-date information in the field of hematology for internists, hematologists, pediatricians, and hematology-oncology fellows. It includes a textbook available in print and online as well as six separate tests which combine to offer 70 continuing medical education (CME) and American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) Maintenance of Certification points. Over 280 newly created case-based multiple choice questions are grouped into six themed tests. This new edition also features multi-media and digital elements in select chapters.
CME: Credits vary based on meeting
Complete evaluations to claim CME credits for ASH's small meetings including:
- Highlights of ASH (HOA)
- Meeting on Lymphoma Biology (MLB)
- State-of-the-Art Symposium (SAS)
- Consultative Hematology Course (CHC)
- Clinical Research Training Institute (CRTI)
- Training Program Directors' Workshop (TPDW)
- Translational Research Training in Hematology (TRTH)
ASH Annual Meeting CME and Attendance Certificate
The ASH Annual Meeting is the largest medical meeting that supports hematology-related research and advances the practice of hematology. The meeting features numerous sessions specifically geared toward researchers and clinicians and provides the highest quality oral, poster, and plenary presentations based on abstract submissions and review.
CME:Credits vary depending on the article
ASH has partnered with Medscape to provide hematologists with an opportunity to earn CME credits by testing their comprehension of clinical articles published in Blood. A CME article will appear in the journal in the third week of every month. Medscape is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide CME for physicians, and this activity is administered by Medscape. There is no charge to participants to earn CME credits through this program.back to top
Have a Question?
ASH keeps a rolling record of the past six years of claimed continuing medical education (CME) credits for its CME-accredited activities.
CME Certificates are issued to physicians (MD, DO) only. Non-physicians may request certificates of attendance for their participation in any of ASH's CME-accredited activities. All certificates are issued in PDF format.
In order to claim CME credit or to request a certificate of attendance, participants must complete the online program evaluation associated with the activity.
ASH Academy is the source for all evaluations of ASH's CME activities, except for the Annual Meetings. Once an evaluation on the ASH Academy has been completed, you may return at any time in the future to make duplicate copies of your certificate.back to top
For information on MOC requirements for time-limited certificates, please consult with the appropriate certifying board:
American Board of Internal Medicine
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American Board of Pathology
American Board of Pediatrics