American Board of Medical Specialities In Podiatry

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American Board of Medical Specialities In Podiatry
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ABMSP has been considering the development of a new certification in Geriatric Podiatry. Since then we have participated in two trade shows where we conducted a small survey. We found that the majority of those who stopped to talk with us support the idea of a certification in geriatric podiatry, therefore we have formed a task force to work on its development. However, this “certification” may be awarded a little differently than with the usual computerized multiple choice examination. We will be considering a “portfolio” method, whereby a podiatrist can use a combination of years of experience, education, and perhaps even written cases or case studies, to earn the credential. As the task force develops this new certification we welcome your input. What do you think would be important for a podiatrist to do in order to earn a Geriatric Podiatric Certification? Do you think a portfolio approach might be of interest to you?

American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry added a new photo to the album: ABMSP Event Photo Gallery.
We are proud to present this year’s Podiatrist of the Year, Stephen M. Meritt, DPM


American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatry added an event.
Doctors of Podiatric Medicine may earn 26 CECH including 10 radiology continuing education contact hours to meet California licensing requirements by attending all general sessions. Podiatric Medical Assistants may earn 12 radiology CECH by attending the full program and workshops.

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The Symposium on Advanced Wound Care Spring | Wound Healing Society meeting (SAWC Spring | WHS) serves as a forum to connect the entire wound care team — physicians, nurses, physical therapists, researchers, scientists, podiatrists, and dietitians — with the foremost experts in wound care to improve patient outcomes through education. No other wound care conference offers the level of education, advanced state-of-the-art clinical reviews and emerging research findings.