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I don't think we will see one for any primary care field. Geriatrics is a possibility as is hospital medicine and critical care.

I know a lot of folks are anti-caq but I think this is a trend we can't stop at this point. anyone refusing to take one based on principle may find themselves out of a job in the future just like if they refused to take panre. in other threads I have discussed the advantages I have seen for those who passed a caq but I will rehash briefly here:

promotions, increased pay, increased scope of practice, and more respect from physician colleagues. docs like the concept of a specialty exam ( and a residency but that is another topic) so they respect those who have achieved this benchmark.

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