June 2019 Subspecialty News

MFM 2019 ORAL Exam Candidates Can you believe that you’re less than a year away from being a board-certified MFM? You’re entering the last leg of a marathon, and this part of the race sets the stage for everything that comes next. By now you should have applied and paid the fee for the exam but if you haven’t, don’t worry – you can still apply in June with a late fee. Don’t wait too long, the fee goes up on June 15th and after June 28th you can’t apply for next April’s exam at all. Make sure to set...

June 2019 Advisor

Written Exam Candidates One week before your exam: Mind your mind Go to Pearson-Vue testing center Review your Test Topics Manual "yellow pages" Daily written questions No studying day before Health conditions that affect women differently than men From the National Institute of Child Health & Human Development There are many health conditions that men and women have in common, but affect women differently. With similar symptoms, the effect of the condition and the care can be significantly different. Below are some of those conditions Alcohol abuse Heart disease Mental health Osteoarthritis STD Stress Stroke Urinary Tract Health Read more...

May 2019 Subspecialty News

MFM 2020 ORAL Exam Candidates It’s still early in the process, but you’re smart to start thinking about this now. Next April will be here before you know it. What should you be working on right now? If you haven’t done so already, this is a great time to just get organized. You should have a clear idea about which project you’re submitting as your thesis. Do you have your thesis affidavit signed by your program director? You’ll need a copy of that, and PD’s are busy folks, so it might be a good idea to try and snag that...

May 2019 Advisor

Written Exam Candidates  Dr. Das' Test Taking Techniques:  You probably intuitively knew this, but studies confirm that students usually miss the questions they spent the most time on. Compare this to the lead runner. Turning to look back to see where the other runners are will just slow him down. Thus, we recommend you proceed methodically, deliberately and purposefully answering FIRST those questions for which you clearly know the answer Read More Test Taking Technique »   Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia  The purpose is to review medical options for analgesia during labor and anesthesia for surgical procedures that are common...

April 2019 Subspecialty News

Subspecialty Fellows Planning for their 2019 ABOG General Oral Board Exam You can now sit for your general oral boards anytime during your fellowship; however, you can only take them once while a fellow. If you neglected to collect cases in your off specialty from your chief year, you must get back to your residency institution to gather those cases AND enter them into your software. GYN Oncologists, REI and FPMs will need an OB list and MFMs need a GYN list. If you currently have to take call for these off services, you can use those cases. If you are retrospectively collecting cases, go with...

April 2019 ABC Advisor

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Sunday March 3rd is our next Webinar session. Topic: Defecatory Dysfunction. Sign up now! All sessions are archived for our candidates so if you’ve missed a few, catching up is simple. Each is an hour in length and all lectures are case-based reviews of all the most important exam topics.  Being able to participate in live conversations gives a slightly more relaxed mock oral feel as well as the ability to hear your colleagues approaches to cases to further develop more concise and professional answers.

March 2019 Subspecialty News

MFM 2019 ORAL Exam Candidates It’s the last month before your exam – take a deep breath, it’s time for the final sprint! By this point you have done all of the hardest work: your thesis is in (didn’t you submit that a million years ago?!), your case lists have been turned in . . . and hopefully you’ve been making time to read and study. With these last 4 weeks before test day, use your time to its full potential. Make a plan for which topics you’re going to cover by reading or using other study methods. Review your...

March 2019 ABC Advisor

Test Taking Skills Online Our Online Taking Skills Course will give you an evidence-based proven methodology. Adopting this technique improves CREOG scores on average 1 standard deviation! This may be just what you need to boost you over to a pass for your board exam. $400 (Discounts available for residents.) Learn More & Register Online St. Patrick's Day Interesting facts  St. Patrick was actually associated with the color blue not green. Instead, the Irish independence movement during the 18th century is attributed to the color. St. Patrick was British, not Irish and of Roman descent New York and Chicago celebrate big! New...

Subspecialty News

ABOG MFM 2019 ORAL Exam Candidates Happy New Year, MFM oral exam candidates! It is 2019 and time to keep up the pace of your study plan. Your case list is due to ABOG on February 1st.  You’ve come too far to have this all go wrong just because of timing! Note: Paper Case List is NOT Acceptable. Don’t forget, there will be an opportunity to have your case list reviewed and for mock orals during the SMFM annual meeting in Las Vegas; it’s in February, so it will be too late for CLLR.  Having someone else review your list is a great way to pick up...
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