board certified


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adjective Referring to designation indicating that a US or Canadian physician who has (1) completed 4 to 8 years of post-medical school residency training—i.e., a physician who is ‘board-eligible’—and (2) passed an examination, commonly called the ‘Boards’, that tests theoretical and practical knowledge in an area of specialisation

board cer·ti·fied

(bōrd sĕr'ti-fīd)
Referring to someone certified in a specialty area signifying the possession of expert knowledge in the field.

board cer·ti·fied

(bōrd sĕr'ti-fīd)
Referring to someone certified in a specialty area.
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Marholin, DC, DO, is a licensed Chiropractic Physician and Board Certified Osteopathic Family Physician.While training at the University of Alabama, he completed Fellowships in Clinical Nutrition and Behavioral Medicine.He is currently in private practice in Clermont, FL.
What of the physician board certified in two specialties, each insisting on 50 percent of the CME credits, who has to take a specified non-specialty CME-granting course as a condition of maintaining a physician license?
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When a teacher-librarian becomes a National Board Certified Teacher, that teacher-librarian is sending a strong message that we are not fluff; rather, we are professionals who are extremely serious about our role in education.
The Center for Teaching Quality (CTQ), the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) and the National Education Association (NEA) have issued a report titled "Every Child Deserves Our Best: Recommendations from North Carolina's National Board Certified Teachers on How to Support and Staff High-Needs Schools."
--Alexis, a National Board Certified Teacher and member of the Teacher Leaders Network (www.teacherleaders.org)
Now in an expanded and thoroughly updated second edition, Your Baby's First Year: Week By Week is the collaborative work of Glade Curtis (an American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists board certified physician who has delivered thousands of babies and who is Co-Director of the Health Clinics of Utah) and Judith Schuler (who has worked with Dr.
What remains before ACGME-approved fellowships in Sleep Medicine begin to appear at hospitals around the nation is a one-year period to screen applications, then a review of the best by the appropriate RRC (depending upon the specialty in which the proposed program director is board certified by the ABMS), and finally site visits and certification of a modest number of fellowships for a trial period to work out any problems.
Boll is a board certified clinical health psychologist who directs the Neuropsychology Institute at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Of course, not everyone performing cardiovascular interventions is board certified.
"The state of California, in regulating the advertising of the physician's and surgeon's profession, sought to give a consistent meaning to the term "board certified," as representing particular standards of postgraduate study," Judge Procter Hug Jr.
"The state of California, in regulating the advertising of the physician's and surgeon's profession, sought to give a consistent meaning to the term 'board certified,' as representing particular standards of postgraduate study," Judge Procter Hug Jr.

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