Infectious disease board exam questions

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infectious disease board exam questions

Infectious Diseases Board Review by Lynn Hoffman

Infectious Diseases Board and Certification Review, 2000 multiple choice quesions.

Provides key information you need to know to pass the board and certification exam.

All questions have explanations with keywords linked to additional online references.

Correct answer is on the next page after the question with explanations and links to further research the key point(s) covered in each question.
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Infectious Diseases Board Review I

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The following training requirements must be completed before a candidate may sit for the Written Exam for subspecialty certification in Infectious Disease:. No application will be considered complete until all fees have been paid. No applications will be accepted after July 1. All cancellations must be made in writing. No exam fees are refunded unless the candidate withdraws from the examination process, which will result in a loss of board eligibility. Cancellation fees are as follows:.

You will need to provide a username and password and you will have to select a specialty. You will get unlimited access to the complete Audio Digest library including past issues. Conveniently, listen to lectures online or on your favorite mobile device. List of specialties:. Also we have the complete package of exams for physicians, medical students, nurses, nursing students, nurse practitioners, dentistry students, pharmacy students, physician assistants, and more. Creighton University Health Sciences Library.

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I spent AM — PM today in a Boston testing center taking the challenging infectious diseases board exam. Hopefully I passed and will become a board-certified ID doctor. Congrats on having survived. I totally agree w you about the Anki cards. That and the Board Review course, taught by many of the people who write questions. It is simply another money maker for ABIM and not reflective of good patient care.

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