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March - April 2024 digital Forum

This issue of the Forum features the latest installment of our Lessons from the Disciplinary Committee feature, which addresses messy practice breakups that put patients in the middle. Also, we take an up close and personal look at serving as a Board Member on the MedBoard Matters Podcast and announce our latest Annual Report and highlight video. Also, browse public Board actions for January-February 2024.


Past Issues

January-February 2024 digital Forum

In this issue of the Forum, NCMB President Christine M. Khandelwal introduces herself and we announce a call for physician, PA and NP applicants to serve as NCMB Board Members. On the MedBoard Matters podcast, we discuss how NCMB partners with the state Department of Health and Human Services to get out key public health concerns, such as the recent resurgence of congenital syphilis, and we introduce a proposed position statement on conflicts in the healthcare setting.

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November-December digital Forum

In this issue of the Forum, our Lessons from the Disciplinary Committee feature explores misunderstandings that can arise during physical examinations - and what licensees can do to avoid them - we cover Medical Corporations 101 on the NCMB podcast and we remind licensees to be safe and practice self care during the holidays. We also share an urgent message from NC DHHS on the resurgence of congenital syphilis and the importance of prenatal testing.

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September-October 2023 Digital Forum

In this issue, outgoing Board President Michaux R. Kilpatrick, MD, PhD, bids farewell and we share results form NCMB’s 2023 Licensee Survey. Also, read the latest updates on two important position statement, Telemedicine and Policy on Prescribing Opioids for the Treatment of Pain. Plus, NCMB welcomes two new physician Board Members, meet the 2023-2024 NCMB leadership team and browse Board actions from July and August 2023.

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July-August 2023 Digital Forum

In this issue of the Forum, we present the latest installment of our Lessons from Disciplinary Committee Series, offering guidance on avoiding missteps with physician supervision of APPs. We also highlight a new CME series developed by NCMB and partners to help licensees fulfill the new DEA training requirement related to substance use disorder and feature information on how licensees with regulatory history can manage - or request relief from - obligations.

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