The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) recognizes that physicians without a primary American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) certification are ineligible to take the American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM) exam in addiction medicine. ASAM, therefore, is working to find a way for physicians to become eligible for their primary ABMS certification through preventive medicine residency training.  Once physicians get the preventive medicine certification, they would meet a key eligibility requirement to take the addiction medicine exam until such time that an addiction medicine fellowship would also be mandatory.

This survey is intended to inform ASAM’s efforts while measuring the level of potential interest among ASAM members and other physicians in pursuing such a pathway.

This survey is intended to inform ASAM’s efforts while measuring the level of potential interest among ASAM members and other physicians in pursuing such a pathway.

To help guide this important work, we ask that you take a few minutes to answer the following questions. All responses will be kept confidential and reported in aggregate.

Please enter your first name, last name, credentials, city, state, and email address below:

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* 1. Please enter your first name, last name, credentials, city, state, and email address below:

Do you currently hold a primary specialty certificate from an ABMS member board?

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* 2. Do you currently hold a primary specialty certificate from an ABMS member board?

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