Pediatric thesis making

​ Beginning with the examinations administered in 2014, the American Board of Pediatrics will require that applicants have completed the training required for initial certification in the pediatric subspecialties within the previous 7 years (eg, 200710 or later for examinations administered in 2017). If the required training was not successfully completed within the previous 7 years, the applicant must complete an additional period of supervised practice in order to apply for certification. The subspecialty examinations are offered every other year. Therefore, please note that the pediatric subspecialty examination may not be offered in the year the acceptance expires. The full policy can be found on the ABP website.

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He received his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology from CU Boulder. He earned his MD and MBA degrees from University of Colorado, Denver where he was class president as a medical student. He performed his internship in Indianapolis and went on to serve as chief resident of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the prestigious Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. His tour of the Midwest ended in Milwaukee where he trained in the Department of Anesthesia at the Medical College of Wisconsin, completing an Interventional Pain Medicine fellowship. He is currently double boarded in both PM&R and Pain Medicine through the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Pediatric thesis making

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