Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013
News for Senior and Retired Physicians
AMA book helps physicians seeking medical licensure
Today, due in part to the recent economic downturn, many senior physicians are considering a return to medical practice, either part-time or full-time work.
One of the hurdles in returning to practice is obtaining (or renewing) your medical license. For up-to-date information on every facet of medical licensure, be sure to obtain the AMA's newly updated 2013 edition of State Medical Licensure Requirements and Statistics.
Call (800) 621-8335 now or order your copy online.
AMA's JAMA CME program for seniors
The JAMA Network provides resources to physicians who wish to keep their continuing medical education (CME) credits current. There currently are more than 15 CME programs on aging and geriatrics topics on the JAMA Network website.
Programs range from "Finding the Right Level of Posthospital Care" to helping "The Older Adult Driver With Cognitive Impairment."
The AMA Senior Physicians Section welcomes your comments, input for further development, and additional ideas for slides/talks (subject matter) to add to its website going forward. Comments can be sent via email.