News Article(s) tagged #continuing


LA-PMR

LA-PM&R: Articles Available for Quarter 4 Selection Beginning October 1

We are excited for the opportunity this gives LA-PM&R users to read important studies in the field, as well as the value it adds to your assessment and learning.

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CC

Continuing Certification 2021: What It Means For You

As ABPMR diplomates make the transition to the Continuing Certification Program, we want to ensure all diplomates feel prepared in meeting their certification requirements in 2021. Read more about the Continuing Certification Program, time limits within the program, and longitudinal assessment for PM&R.

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CC

New Certification Dashboard Preview

The new Certification Dashboard will launch in January 2021 for ABPMR–certified physicians to view and access all their continuing certification requirements. Read more about the dashboard and how it simplifies continuing certification!

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LA-PMR

LA-PM&R Feature Spotlight: Pacing Tool

The new LA-PM&R platform gives participants the ability to set their own goals, deadlines, and frequency of notifications. Learn more about this powerful tool here.

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LA-PMR

LA-PM&R Feature Spotlight: Customization System

The LA-PM&R customization system got even better in 2020. Read more about this powerful tool to design your assessment according to your preferences.

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LA-PMR

The Evolution of Time-Limited Certification: What Continuing Certification Really Means

Part of the plan to implement longitudinal assessment for PM&R (LA-PM&R) starting next year is a change to the 10-year certification time limits that have been in effect since 1993. Understandably, this part of the transition to LA has caused some concern and questions — but what does the end of 10-year certification really mean, and how different is the new program from today’s requirements? Read on to find out.

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CC

ABMS Directory Tool Update

The ABMS Continuing Certification Directory™ was launched in January with new features designed to help diplomates who are searching for continuing medical education (CME) activities.

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