rheumatology recertification exam

Keeping On

Still counting the days, and now weeks, since mom died. It's been 8 weeks and one day. I passed the board recertification exam that I took the day after mom's first hospital admission. She would have been very proud of me. She always was.  I had my first birthday without her...no words for that feeling. Back to golfing, working regular hours, participating on church committees, etc. Going on vacation in July. Settling the estate. Using electronic health records at work now (or at least, making progress in that direction). Living life. Going on. Staying busy, functional, active. Read more »

Can't Wait 'til It's Over

Five weeks from now, April 11, I will travel to Kings Island in Mason, Ohio to take my 2nd rheumatology recertification exam---rheumatologists must recertify every ten years.

Prior to taking the exam, physicians complete multiple open-book tests and complete a tedious exercise referred to as a "practice improvement module."  So I have been spending the past several months studying at home every evening. All of this is quite labor intensive but, I must admit, it's helpful. Read more »

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