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    • Let me once again play devil's advocate for a moment.  While it is nice to know the latest and greatest it is also important to have an understanding of the local standard of care for a problem.  I'm in that situation right now with treating influenza cases that meet the CDC recommendation for same without getting a rapid flu test (for any one of a number of reasons specific to my practice location).  Regardless of whether YOU are current and THEY aren't, THEY become the standard of care for your community and thus it could possibly present issues for you down the round as crazy as that might sound.  Case in point, USPSTF doesn't recommend automatic PSA screening but rather informed decision making between parties. A urologist on the east coast followed this protocol with patient's agreement, took a watch/wait approach for an average risk male, and next year he was found to have prostate CA.  Lawsuit led to decision for plaintiff due to the specialist for the "standard of care" in the community since all the other outdated folks were all still doing mindless PSA screens.
    • Have a interview in May! Those of you who have been accepted, was the process a group interview, one on one, or mmi? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks. 
    • Thanks for calling!! I guess now we all just constantly refresh our emails for 2 weeks haha

    • I haven’t heard anything. Hopefully we hear something soon !! This is a great program. I’m excited to hear back from them !!


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