2020 ROC-P Deadline Approaching

Posted: 10/1/2020

The American Board of Pediatric Dentistry (ABPD) recognizes the difficulties you are facing every day during the COVID-19 crisis. As we navigate this unprecedented time, ABPD would like to help alleviate the hardships felt by the pediatric dentistry community. Therefore, ABPD made the decision this May to waive the Annual Diplomate Renewal (ADR) fee of $200 for the 2020 requirement cycle for all active Diplomates. However, all Diplomates and Candidates still need to log onto their ABPD Dashboards to complete their annual requirements prior to November 30, 2020, to maintain an active status. Only two months are remaining until the deadline to complete your ROC-P Annual Requirements!

Follow the steps below to access your dashboard and to complete your requirements:
Log in to your account, https://abpd.roc-p.com/.
If this is your first time logging in since we switched to our new system, in October of 2019, please click on the "Forgot my password" link under the login box to reset your password. Your old password will not work.
To complete requirements:
For Annual Diplomate Renewal (ADR): Click on the green "Apply" button under "Dues and Renewals."
For Continuing Education: Click on the “CE" tab on the top menu bar to enter your completed CE.
For Continuing Quality Improvement (CQI) Modules: Click on the "LMS" tab to access the CQI modules.

Per ABPD’s policy, a Diplomate enrolled in ROC-P who fails to complete any requirement of the Annual Diplomate Renewal by the stated deadline of November 30th will be placed on Inactive status. Inactive Diplomates will have their names removed from the roster on the ABPD website and shall not declare to the public that they are Diplomates of ABPD.

Those whose certification is on Inactive Status can resume Active status by successfully completing the Revalidation Examination. This is a new online examination, and a registration fee of $500 will be assessed for this exam. If the Renewal of Certification (ROC) Examination is due during the period of inactivation, a Diplomate must also complete it in addition to the Revalidation examination. A Diplomate will forfeit certification and must reinstate their certification if they remain inactive for five (5) or more years.

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