The Part I Board Qualification Examination (Didactic) consists of multiple-choice questions which will evaluate your clinical knowledge and treatment skills acquired during an approved podiatric surgical residency. The written exam contains 80 objectively scored items. This exam should be a very...
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All ABFAS diplomates must complete maintenance of certification (MOC) requirements every ten years.  Key components of MOC are the multiple-choice examinations administered at secure Pearson VUE test centers throughout the United States.   If you received your ABFAS board...
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Thanks to all of you who responded to our recent survey! And congratulations to the first 25 who will be receiving $10 Starbucks gift cards. You’ll find the names at the end of this article. Although many of you now have limited contact with ABFAS other than scheduling your in-training...
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Page Title The ABFAS In-training Examinations (ITE) are designed to assess clinical and academic knowledge acquired during each year of podiatric resident training. In addition, the exams provide residents with an opportunity to experience ABFAS’...
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ABFAS has made an important change to the requirements for maintaining your ABFAS certification. This change goes into effect for the 2018 Recertification exams.   You will now need to submit your case logs for the past two years prior to registering for the...
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