The College is pleased to announce the launch of the web-based AIM (Allergy and Immunology Medicine) Self-Assessment program! The assessment is designed to help allergists and trainees obtain new knowledge and reaffirm existing knowledge. It consists of 108 case-based, multiple-choice questions to help evaluate and maintain clinical competence.
Questions address the basic and clinical science topics covered in the board exam, broken into nine categories:
- immune mechanisms
- cells involved in immune response
- immunological disorders
- non-disease specific pharmacology/therapeutics
- research principles
- hypersensitivity disorders
- specific diagnostic modalities
The program provides a comprehensive learning experience. Participants can measure their initial knowledge, learn through evidence-based discussions and references, test their knowledge after study and get peer-to-peer comparison based on the responses of others who have completed the assessments.
The American Board of Allergy & Immunology (ABAI) designates this program for 22 ABAI MOC Part II (Self-Assessment) credits.
The AIM Self-Assessment is $199 for College members.