I work on the National HIV Curriculum and I can share with you that the National HIV Curriculum is listed as a suggested resource to prepare for the ACRN exam among other resources which you might find helpful. Several learning groups have been formed on the National HIV Curriculum for the specific purpose to prepare for a credentialing exam. AAHIVM also suggests the National HIV Curriculum to prepare for their exams. With the launch of the National HIV Curriculum 2nd Edition on 9/1/20 which means a new CE accreditation period, we now offer Maintenance of Certification points which will be of interest to American Board of Internal Medicine board certified physicians.
I'm glad to hear that our board review style Question Bank section with more than 450 questions have been of assistance. Good luck with your exam!
Hello,How come family doctors cannot get CME credit regarding the National HIV Curr? Just Curious why it was designed this way?Aaron
ONLY physicians who are board certified with the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and provide required ABIM information are eligible to earn CME credit and Maintenance of Certification (MOC) points on the National HIV Curriculum.