Earn MOC Section 3 credits with a Royal College self-assessment program


The Royal College is proud to offer you an additional way to earn MOC Section 3 credits!

First Do No Harm: Optimizing Pain Relief with Opioids while Minimizing Risks

After successful completion of the program, the participant will be better able to:

  • Appraise the benefits and risks of opioid therapy for non-cancer pain
  • Discuss the responsibilities of physicians prescribing opioids
  • Initiate opioids based on current chronic non-cancer pain (CNCP) guidelines
  • Construct treatment pathways for patients experiencing issues from opioids

Why Access This Program?

  • Available at no additional charge for Fellows and MOC MAINPORT ePortfolio users in Canada and abroad
  • Claim 1 hour (3 credits) under MOC Section 3
  • Benefit from interactive videos from experts, case challenges, and reflective questions to enhance your learning
  • Access additional tools and resources to use in your practice
  • Receive a certificate upon successful completion of each program
  • Engage in CPD activities at your convenience
  • Complete the programs in the official language of your choice (English or French)

This program is available exclusively for Fellows and MOC MAINPORT ePortfolio users at no additional charge.

All programs are located on the “My eLearning” tab in MAINPORT ePortfolio.

Remember to record your participation in the accredited self-assessment program in MAINPORT ePortfolio:

  • Click on “Enter a CPD Activity”;
  • Select “Section 3: Assessment Activities”;
  • Choose “Accredited Self-Assessment Programs” from the drop-down menu;
  • Choose the domain: “Royal College”;
  • Enter information for all required fields marked with red asterisks.

This activity is an Accredited Self-Assessment Program (Section 3) defined by the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by the Royal College CPD Unit. You may claim a maximum of 1 hour per program (credits are automatically calculated for Fellows and MOC MAINPORT ePortfolio users). This programs was co-developed by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and mdBriefCase Group and were planned to achieve scientific integrity, objectivity, and balance.

For more information about the mdBriefCase Group, please visit: www.mdbriefcase.com