THE OFFICIAL NEWS SOURCE OF ACR CONVERGENCE 2022 • NOVEMBER 10-14



Continuing Assessment Review Evaluation (CARE) 2018 now available

Brush up on your rheumatology medical knowledge and test-taking skills while earning CME and MOC points, conveniently from your home or office! Use the CARE 2018 online activity to identify your knowledge gaps, refresh existing knowledge, and learn new information to apply in clinical practice.

CARE 2018 includes 60 case-based, multiple-choice questions on a wide range of rheumatology practice topics, allowing physicians to prepare for board review or MOC, review fundamental concepts, and learn about important new advances. CARE questions are based on clinical situations that reinforce key principles of diagnosis and management of complex rheumatic diseases. Once you select your answer, the immediate feedback provided reinforces the important concepts. Each question includes an in-depth answer rationale and a list of references, providing a convenient starting point for further study.

The ACR’s CARE activities are designed for self study at your own pace. Each CARE activity can be accessed from any computer at any time. A personalized learning center keeps track of your educational activities and your progress in each module. These activities can be completed one question at time, in segments, or in their entirety — at the time most convenient to you. You can highlight specific questions to review later or choose to revisit the ones you answered incorrectly.

CARE 2018 is based on the ABIM MOC exam blueprint; the goal is to cover all 13 categories in percentages that mirror the questions rheumatologists can expect to find on the MOC exam. All questions are developed by dedicated ACR volunteers with extensive question-writing experience. Participants can earn up to 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and 20 ABIM MOC points with a passing score of 70 percent or higher.

Visit the Education kiosk in the ACR Discovery Center, located in the Exhibit Hall, to learn more about CARE activities or online at rheumatology.org/Learning-Center/Educational-Activities.