board of medical examiners


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A body recognised by a state government, which validates a health professional’s credentials, to determine the individual’s ability to practice medicine in a particular state; the board is also authorised to suspend, place a physician on probation, or revoke his/her license to practice medicine

board of medical examiners

Clinical practice A body recognized by a state government, which validates a health professionals, credentials, to determine the individual's ability to practice medicine in a particular state; the board is also authorized to suspend, place a physician on probation, or revoke his/her license to practice medicine
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The R100-17 Subcommittee unanimously approved a letter to send to the Board of Medical Examiners with regulation recommendations.
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Developed and maintained by the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME), the USMLE consists of three standardized examinations called step exams.
This study was supported by a grant from the Stemmler Fund of the National Board of Medical Examiners. No financial conflicts of interest were reported.
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Its replacement placed the board of nursing under the state board of medical examiners. It permitted any woman to receive a certificate of registration if she cared for the sick.
In 2007, the Iowa Board of Medical Examiners reminded physicians that the FDA has not approved fetal ultrasound for keepsake purposes.
While we initially submitted our protocols to the Composite State Board of Medical Examiners (CSBME) last fall, they were unceremoniously returned to us for the revision of an insignificant technicality.

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