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*  Handbook / State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision :: Documents.OK.Gov
Based on 2009 issue;Quick Reference:;Unprofessional Conduct;Supervision of Advanced Nurse Practitioners;Supervision of Physician Assistants;Licensure Renewal and Continuing Education;Staff Contacts;Section I: Statement of Purpose;Definitions;III. Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision;IV. Examinations;V. Requirements for Full Licensure;VI. Graduates of Foreign Medical Schools;VII. Temporary and Special Licensure;VIII. Procedures for Filing a Complaint/Investigations;IX. Impaired Physicians;X. Violations/Disciplinary Action;XI. Annual License Renewal;XII. Continuing Medical Education;XIII. Controlled Substance Registration;XIV. Position Statement/Guidelines Regarding Sexual Misconduct;XV. Law/Policy Statement on ...
  http://digitalprairie.ok.gov/cdm/ref/collection/stgovpub/id/9481/
*  News | Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
Nine States Formally Introduce Legislation to Speed Physician Licensing Across State Lines Washington - With some state legislative sessions only a few weeks old, already legislators in eight states - Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Vermont, and Wyoming - have formally introduced the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact, model legislation that would speed the process of issuing licenses for physicians who wish to practice in multiple states. The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) has launched a new webpage, http://licenseportability.org, to track the progress of the Compact in state legislatures. Learn more. September 2014. ...
  http://www.imlcc.org/news/
*  AMA Store: State Medical Licensure Requirements and Statistics 2013: Softbound
Providing complete, authoritative, state-by-state licensure information in one convenient volume, this resource is essential for allopathic and osteopathic physicians, recruiters, employers, and consultants. The unique combination of data and articles makes this book helpful for personal reference, research, and credentialing.. With all data compiled from information received from primary sources-state boards of medical and osteopathic examiners-so there's no need to look any further to find the facts and figures you need.. ...
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*  AMA Store: State Medical Licensure Requirements and Statistics 2014: e-Book (Non-printable)
Providing complete, authoritative, state-by-state licensure information in one convenient volume, this resource is essential for allopathic and osteopathic physicians, recruiters, employers, and consultants. The unique combination of data and articles makes this book helpful for personal reference, research, and credentialing.. With all data compiled from information received from primary sources-state boards of medical and osteopathic examiners-so there's no need to look any further to find the facts and figures you need.. ...
  https://commerce.ama-assn.org/store/catalog/productDetail.jsp?product_id=prod2420007&navAction=push
*  Glossary | Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
Conviction" means a finding by a court that an individual is guilty of a criminal offense through adjudication, or entry of a plea of guilty or no contest to the charge by the offender. Evidence of an entry of a conviction of a criminal offense by the court shall be considered final for purposes of disciplinary action by a member board. Conviction means a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, finding of guilt, jury verdict, or entry of judgment or sentencing, including, but not limited to, convictions, preceding sentences of supervision, conditional discharge, or first offender probation, under the laws of any jurisdiction of the United States of any crime that is a felony ...
  http://licenseportability.com/glossary/
*  Medical Licensure and Residency in State
Perusing the latest California Medical Board report (warning:pdf file), I was struck by the number of CA licensed docs who don't live in the state: So, 92,852 out of 120,027 CA licensed docs live in the state (77%). I knew I wasn't the only doc with a ...
  http://gruntdoc.com/2005/11/medical-licensure-and-residency-in-state.html
*  PDF] Internal Medicine Correlations And Clinical Scenarios Ccs Usmle Step 3 Correlations Clinical Scenarios For The Usmle Step...
Your critical next step in preparing for the USMLE Step 3 To excel on the USMLE Step 3, you need to demonstrate that you can understand and apply foundational and clinical science to patient care, and that you have the capacity to make sound clinical judgments. Clinical Judgment: USMLE Step 3 Review helps you develop and refine your clinical judgment skills in order to pass the exam. This complete review also prepares you to answer questions about clinically relevant basic science concepts on the multiple-choice portion of the USMLE Step 3. Clinical Judgment: USMLE Step 3 Review offers you: In-depth details of diseases and clinical manifestations presented in an organized, head-to-toe format Foundational science correlations for disease processes to prepare you for this new element of the USMLE Step 3 DSM-5 alerts you need to know for psychiatry questions A section on next steps and options-based management to help you prioritize patient management Tips and correlations for the Computer-based ...
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*  What is the process? | Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
What is the process to obtain a license through the IMLC?. 1. Use the link "Apply Now" on this website to begin the process.. 2. You'll be asked to select your State of Principle License(SPL). Please view the homepage to confirm your state is serving as an SPL. You will be requested to pay an application fee of $700.00 which is non-refundable. Please be sure to read the "Do I Qualify" tab to confirm your eligibility. Upon payment you will then complete a short application. The application must contain the physician's contact information to avoid delay or rejection. INACCURATE INFORMATION of any kind may cause a rejection. You will need to supply the SPL with a scan of your fingerprints and any other items requested within 60 days of the date you applied or your application will be deemed withdrawn.. 3. Your chosen State of Principal Licensure (SPL) will receive your application and contact you with instructions on obtaining ...
  http://licenseportability.com/what-is-the-process/
*  Medicine and Technology: State Medical Licensure Requirements
The American Medical Association (AMA) has an annual document that outlines the CME requirements for each state. For 2010, you can see that there have not been any significant changes. Sixty-two boards require continuing medical education (CME) for license reregistration (Table 16). Some states also mandate CME content, such as HIV/AIDS, risk management, or end of life palliative care. ...
  http://www.medicineandtechnology.com/2010/03/state-medical-licensure-requirements.html
*  Continue Application | Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
You will pay a non-refundable handling fee of $100.00 to cover processing additional expedited licenses. Thereafter, you will receive an email to pay for your selected states if you are verified to have completed the application process and received IMLC licenses already. Please be patient. ...
  http://licenseportability.com/continue-application/
*  Dr. Wes: The Cost of Our Medical Licensure Complex
With the cost bubble of higher education, only the wealthy and a fortunate few top scholars will be able to attend professional schools. Some of us less academically endowed students who came from poorer backgrounds can deal with patients well and practice good medicine, but would be culled out by the exorbitant cost of medical education, today. It was difficult enough to see studentswhom we all thought would make good physicians culled out by grades, but to see it done economically doesn't bode well for the future of medical care in this country. I remember well, as a resident, having to buy a pair of loupes (glasses with built in magnifying lenses). I closed my eyes, forked over the cash, and hoped I would be able to eat the rest of the month. 'It ain't easy doin' what we do!' Maybe that's why we get $40,000 for those amputations Obama talked about! ...
  http://drwes.blogspot.com/2011/08/cost-of-our-medical-licensure-complex.html?showComment=1312950853208
*  Dr. Wes: The Cost of Our Medical Licensure Complex
With the cost bubble of higher education, only the wealthy and a fortunate few top scholars will be able to attend professional schools. Some of us less academically endowed students who came from poorer backgrounds can deal with patients well and practice good medicine, but would be culled out by the exorbitant cost of medical education, today. It was difficult enough to see studentswhom we all thought would make good physicians culled out by grades, but to see it done economically doesn't bode well for the future of medical care in this country. I remember well, as a resident, having to buy a pair of loupes (glasses with built in magnifying lenses). I closed my eyes, forked over the cash, and hoped I would be able to eat the rest of the month. 'It ain't easy doin' what we do!' Maybe that's why we get $40,000 for those amputations Obama talked about! ...
  http://drwes.blogspot.com/2011/08/cost-of-our-medical-licensure-complex.html?showComment=1313066810321
*  Do I Qualify? | Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
You must hold a full, unrestricted medical license in a Compact Member State that are available to serve as an SPL(please see map on home page ...
  http://licenseportability.com/do-i-qualify/
*  Interstate Medical Licensure Compact Commission
The Health Law Blog is published by Dickinson Wright PLLC to inform the public of important developments within the firm and practice areas. The content is informational only and does not constitute legal or professional advice. We encourage you to consult a Dickinson Wright attorney if you have specific questions or concerns relating to any of the topics covered in this blog ...
  http://healthlawblog.dickinson-wright.com/category/interstate-medical-licensure-compact-commission/
*  Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Utah, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. ...
  http://licenseportability.com/state-status/
*  Continue Application | Interstate Medical Licensure Compact
I have a Letter of Qualification previously issued that is less than 365 days from today's date Click here if you don't already possess a Letter of Qualification. ...
  http://www.imlcc.org/continue-application/
*  USMLE STEP 3 MCQ 04 : What is the most likely diagnosis?-USMLE MCQ ( USMLE Step 01 , USMLE Step 03, USMLE Step 03)
Medical MCQs Discussion for medical students and doctors (PLAB, MRCP, USMLE step 1,USMLE step 2 ,USMLE step 3 , FRCR, MRCS, GRE , all with answers )
  http://www.medisl.com/2011/01/usmle-step-3-mcq-04-what-is-most-likely.html
*  USMLE step 2 Mcq 128:What is the most likely diagnosis-USMLE MCQ ( USMLE Step 01 , USMLE Step 03, USMLE Step 03)
Medical MCQs Discussion for medical students and doctors (PLAB, MRCP, USMLE step 1,USMLE step 2 ,USMLE step 3 , FRCR, MRCS, GRE , all with answers )
  http://www.medisl.com/2010/09/usmle-step-2-mcq-128what-is-most-likely.html
*  USMLE STEP 3 MCQ 48:A fifty-five year old with chronic cardiac failure-USMLE MCQ ( USMLE Step 01 , USMLE Step 03, USMLE Step 03)
Medical MCQs Discussion for medical students and doctors (PLAB, MRCP, USMLE step 1,USMLE step 2 ,USMLE step 3 , FRCR, MRCS, GRE , all with answers )
  http://www.medisl.com/2011/02/usmle-step-3-mcq-48a-fifty-five-year.html
*  PAEDIATRIC MCQ 10:Early cardiac failure during the neonatal period-USMLE MCQ ( USMLE Step 01 , USMLE Step 03, USMLE Step 03)
Medical MCQs Discussion for medical students and doctors (PLAB, MRCP, USMLE step 1,USMLE step 2 ,USMLE step 3 , FRCR, MRCS, GRE , all with answers )
  http://www.medisl.com/2011/01/paediatric-mcq-10early-cardiac-failure.html
*  A young woman complained of pain in her left breast-USMLE MCQ ( USMLE Step 01 , USMLE Step 03, USMLE Step 03)
Medical MCQs Discussion for medical students and doctors (PLAB, MRCP, USMLE step 1,USMLE step 2 ,USMLE step 3 , FRCR, MRCS, GRE , all with answers )
  http://www.medisl.com/2009/12/young-woman-complained-of-pain-in-her.html
*  Sebaceous gland calcifications in the breast-USMLE MCQ ( USMLE Step 01 , USMLE Step 03, USMLE Step 03)
Medical MCQs Discussion for medical students and doctors (PLAB, MRCP, USMLE step 1,USMLE step 2 ,USMLE step 3 , FRCR, MRCS, GRE , all with answers )
  http://www.medisl.com/2010/06/27-year-old-man-is-brought-to-accident.html
*  cerebellar astrocytoma-USMLE MCQ ( USMLE Step 01 , USMLE Step 03, USMLE Step 03)
Medical MCQs Discussion for medical students and doctors (PLAB, MRCP, USMLE step 1,USMLE step 2 ,USMLE step 3 , FRCR, MRCS, GRE , all with answers )
  http://www.medisl.com/2012/01/cerebellar-astrocytoma_15.html
*  DNA replication at a replication fork.-USMLE MCQ ( USMLE Step 01 , USMLE Step 03, USMLE Step 03)
Medical MCQs Discussion for medical students and doctors (PLAB, MRCP, USMLE step 1,USMLE step 2 ,USMLE step 3 , FRCR, MRCS, GRE , all with answers )
  http://www.medisl.com/2012/01/dna-replication-at-replication-fork.html
*  inherited mutations in genes encoding channels-USMLE MCQ ( USMLE Step 01 , USMLE Step 03, USMLE Step 03)
Medical MCQs Discussion for medical students and doctors (PLAB, MRCP, USMLE step 1,USMLE step 2 ,USMLE step 3 , FRCR, MRCS, GRE , all with answers )
  http://www.medisl.com/2012/01/inherited-mutations-in-genes-encoding.html