January 2023 ABC Advisor

Upcoming Webinars - Try a session free

Subspecialty Webinars

Begin late January for MFM, REI, and FPMRS

We've got a great way to start the New Year. ABC fills the information gap identified by subspecialists frustrated with a deficiency in their oral exam prep. ABC has put together a dynamic team specific to FPMRS, MFM, and REI to help you prepare and pass your subspecialty exam. Each subspecialty webinar consists of the following:

  • 1-hour webcasts on high-yield topics

  • Attend live for one or all sessions or learn online by accessing the archives.

  • Each session is focused on reviewing Structured Cases to practice articulation and grasp critical concepts.

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ABOG Qualifying Written Exam

Are you ready?

Our Written Questions Online and Q-Banks will give you the practice you need to prepare for this exam. For more information click on the link below:

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Sub Specialty Exam Case List Tip

by Amos Adelowo, MD, FACOG

You will now need to use the case list form which you can access on your ABOG personal page. Your case list must be in the proper format and with the required number of cases. Note: Paper Case List is NOT acceptable. You've come too far to have this all go wrong just because of timing!

We have FPMRS, MFM, and REI faculty on hand to review your case list.

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Upcoming Deadlines, Events, and Dates: 


1st - Happy New Year

2nd - ABOG specialty and subspecialty Qualifying Exams application period begins

20th - AOBOG late application deadline for Spring 2023 Oral Exam

29th - FPMRS and REI Oral Exam Webinar begins

30th - MFM Oral Exam Webinar begins


1st - ABOG 2023 Subspecialty Certifying Exam case List deadline

16th - Last day to apply for ABOG specialty and subspecialty Qualifying Exams without a late fee

27th - Last day to apply for AOBOG Written Exam without a late fee

Pondering making New Year's Resolutions?

During this time of New Year's resolutions, why not make gratitude and giving take the place of creating ambitious goals that usually don't last anyway. Consider the following:

Being grateful - For most of us, if we look around, we will see we have all we need and more. Writing down each day what you are grateful for is a great practice in seeing the many gifts we have in life. Even adversity and painful experiences can be powerful lessons in being thankful. This practice can be life-changing - moving you from a life of complaining to a life of kindheartedness and appreciation.

Give to others - Your time, tithes, and offerings go a long way toward paying bills and meeting the tangible needs of your community. Or give to an organization you believe in, especially those smaller organizations low on funding. Besides promoting cooperation, trust, and social connection, giving has an even more significant impact on us. It can decrease stress, increase oxytocin and overall make us happier people.

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