The next Pediatric Subspecialty Certification Exam (PSCE) will be June 5 or 12, 2014.
Applications for the 2014 American Board of Urology Pediatric Urology Subspecialty Certification Examination will be available on August 1, 2013. A completed application, practice log of twelve
months in length, documentation of a current valid medical license, documentation of 30 hours of Category 1 pediatric urology focused CME hours earned within two years immediately preceding the
application deadline, and an application fee of $2,500 must be submitted to the Board office by September 30, 2013. Late applications will be accepted with a $750 late fee from October 1-October 15, 2013.
No applications will be accepted after October 15, 2013.
Candidates for subspecialty certification must be in the active practice of pediatric urology and have completed at least 24 months in a pediatric urology training program.
Applicants will be required to provide the Board with an electronic log of 12 months in length. All logs must demonstrate that a minimum of 75% of the candidate’s practice is dedicated to pediatric urology,
and/or the candidate has an adequate number of major pediatric urologic surgery cases as determined by the Board.
The June 2010 examination was the final opportunity for pediatric urologists who have not completed an ACGME or RCPS(C)
approved pediatric urology residency of at least 24 months in length to achieve pediatric urology subspecialty certification.
Candidates may contact the American Board of Urology at (434) 979-0059 or via email to email@example.com