Lifetime Certificate Holder Uses Continuing Certification to Stay on Top of His Game

Mike Ulissey, MD, earned certification in diagnostic radiology from the ABR in 1998. As a lifetime certificate holder, he doesn’t have to participate in Continuing Certification.   He has many reasons why he does anyway.   “I don’t think that you can say, ‘I’m 20 years into practice, and I’m just as good today as…
With demands on their time constantly building, physicians say stress is one of their biggest challenges. Those issues start in earnest during residency when young doctors work long hours in training.   Antonio Adiletta, MD, a second-year radiology resident at the University of Pennsylvania, has found something that keeps him in tune away from work….
By Alice Y. Ho, MD, MBA When I was asked to write a blog for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I was uncharacteristically speechless. As a radiation oncologist who has specialized in the care of patients with breast cancer for nearly 18 years, I should have had plenty of intellectual insights or inspirational epithets, but I…
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