Unfortunately no. Neither activity averages 25% or more effort. However, if both activities had occurred during the same month, they could be added and considered.
Yes, as long as you worked on average 25% or more during the reported activity, the effort will be considered.
ABPM does not provide credit for any time spent in a residency or fellowship, except for research months if the applicant can demonstrate substantial Clinical Informatics research during that time period (e.g. through publications or presentations). Electives may not count towards the practice pathway.
The ABPM does not consider content expertise efforts to be significant Clinical Informatics effort.
Applicants may apply for approval of a completed 24-month masters program in Biomedical Informatics, Health Sciences Informatics, Clinical Informatics, or a related subject from a university/college in the US and Canada, deemed acceptable by the Board (e.g. NLM university-based Biomedical Informatics Training) to substitute for the required ‘Time in Practice’. A copy of the program curriculum, and a description of the training is required. This application should be submitted through the practice pathway. The ABPM will determine final eligibility.
Unfortunately, it does not. To fulfill 25% effort, one has to work at least 43 hours per month.