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Samlaska, Curt (2014)
Publisher: Pulsus Group Inc
Journal: Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Toxicology, Letter to the Editor, Diseases of the genitourinary system. Urology, Research Article, Letters to the Editor, R5-920, Internal medicine, Article, RG1-991, RC870-923, RC109-216, Letter to Editor, Journal Departments: Letter to the Editor, Medicine (General), Letter, Gynecology and obstetrics, Infectious and parasitic diseases, RC31-1245, Departments, Food Science, Articles
Dr. Paul Kempen’s recent guest editorial about MOC (‘Maintenance of Certification important and to whom?’) includes the inaccurate assertion that the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) ‘envisioned coupling MOC as a requirement for state license renewals as their Maintenance of Licensure (MOL) program’. The FSMB has never advocated that physicians become specialty board certified as a condition of licensure or licensure renewal, and in fact, has very clearly stated publicly the opposite MOC should not be a requirement for MOL.(Published: 5 July 2013)Citation: Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives 2013, 3: 21670 - http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/jchimp.v3i2.21670
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