Traction for the CertLink longitudinal assessment platform is building this year among American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) Member Boards as a replacement for their 10-year, secure maintenance of certification (MOC) examination.
The University of Southern California's Keck School of Medicine is educating surgical residents to step in as intensive care unit (ICU) nurses amid mounting cases of COVID-19 infection.
The Massachusetts state medical board has pledged to expedite the licensing of medical school graduates amid the coronavirus crisis, in case healthcare facilities need more doctors immediately.
Vice President Pence announced on March 18 that the Trump administration has directed the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to permit doctors, nurses, and other medical practitioners to practice across state lines even if they lack a license in a particular state, to treat COVID-19.
New research analyzed self-perceived challenges with dementia care and learning needs among primary care clinicians and their association with years of practice and perceived readiness for dementia care.