Work on a number of ABFM’s Knowledge Self-Assessment (KSA) activities together with your  peers in a classroom-like setting and get it done more efficiently!

 The IL AFP KSA activity offers a convenient and high-quality solution for your busy schedule to complete the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) Maintenance of Certification (MoC)      Knowledge Self-Assessment (KSA).  
  Our Group Study Workshops takes you through the 60 core competency questions to determine the correct answers. After the session, IAFP staff will report your answers directly to the ABFM.

 What is a KSA?


Upcoming Group Study

Virtual Nationwide KSA Group Study - Care of Children - SOLD OUT!
unday, November 1, 2020 -  5:30pm EST/4:30 pm CST

The Illinois Academy of Family Physicians, in partnership with the Indiana, New York, Ohio, and Wisconsin chapters of the AAFP, is excited to announce a virtual, ABFM-endorsed Family Medicine Certification knowledge self-assessment (KSA) group study focused on care of children. This KSA is a new topic, combining the previous well-child care and childhood illness topics into one, 60-question, single-answer assessment! Mark your calendar and register now for this opportunity beginning at 5:30pm EST/4:30pm CST on Sunday, November 1st. This program is limited to the first 20 Illinois AFP members who register and takes about four hours to complete.

A completed KSA will provide 10 certification points and 8 live CME credits toward ABFM certification requirements.

For IL AFP members, the cost is $250. To register, click here. Registration will close after reaching capacity or on Friday, October 16th.


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 Group Study Information

At the group study we will work through all of these questions as a group.  You do not need to prep for this workshop or bring a laptop. Copies of the questions provided by the ABFM will be available onsite.  We will plan to cover the entire 60 question KSA onsite. Our main goal is to pass the exam, with an expert speaker offering assistance and background information on each question. First, questions will be displayed giving participants time to respond. Next, the speaker will work through the content of the question and give information based on the references. The question will then be displayed again and the group will agree on one answer.  All answers will be submitted as a group and individuals will be credited for completion of the knowledge self-assessment.
ABFM Information
A completed KSA will provide 10 certification points and 8 CME credits toward ABFM certification requirements. Application for live continuing medical education (CME) credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending. The certification point system requires that diplomates now accumulate 50 MC-FP points in each stage with completion of at least one Part II activity which is now a KSA instead of a SAM. KSA activities are worth 10 points each and the clinical self-assessment (CSAs) will be valued at 5 points. With the unhinging of the clinical simulation component from the knowledge self-assessment, live group study KSA participants can chose to complete the CSA at a later time of their choosing.
If you have any questions about how many Family Medicine Certification activities are required for you at this time and/or when you need to complete them, the ABFM can assist you (ABFM - 877-223-7437). 
The ABFM will charge a fee to take their test; the amount varies depending on your re-election cycle. This fee is in addition to the cost to participate in our program. You do not need to pay for the KSA activity in advance to earn credit for participation in the program.  After completion of the KSA, if you owe your Family Medicine Certification process fee for the year, you will be prompted to pay this within you ABFM Physician Portfolio in order to receive credit for this activity.