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Teaching and Assessing Professionalism in Radiology Resident Education

A Significant Number of Charter Diplomates Participate in American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) Maintenance of Certification

The American Board of Surgery Maintenance of Certification Program: The First 10 Years

ABFM to Simplify MOC for Family Physicians and Make It More Meaningful: A Family Medicine Registry

Board Certification in Internal Medicine and Cardiology: Historical Success and Future Challenges

Characteristics of Internal Medicine Physicians and Their Practices that have Differential Impacts on Their Maintenance of Certification

Specialty Board Certification in the United States: Issues and Evidence

Maintenance of Certification: Beauty Is in the Eyes of the Beholder

Getting Maintenance of Certification to Work: A Grounded Theory Study of Physicians’ Perceptions

Association Between Imposition of a Maintenance of Certification Requirement and Ambulatory Care-Sensitive Hospitalizations and Health Care Costs

Certifying the Good Physician: A Work in Progress

Medical Specialty Boards Can Help Measure Graduate Medical Education Outcomes

The American Board of Internal Medicine: Evolving Professional Self-Regulation

The American Board of Pathology’s Maintenance of Certification Program Update

Policies and Practices Related to the Role of Board Certification and Recertification of Pediatricians in Hospital Privileging

Family Physician Participation in Maintenance of Certification

Characteristics of General and Subspecialty Pediatricians Who Choose Not to Recertify