Resources & Information

Current Issue

Jan-Feb 2023 Digital Forum

In this issue, Board President Michaux R. Kilpatrick, MD, PhD, discusses how NCMB is working on ways to help licensees keep patient welfare their top priority in an increasingly corporate health care environment, we review the recent dissolution of the X-Waiver program for buprenorphine prescribers and we highlight the licensee’s duty to report professional sexual misconduct by others to NCMB in our latest podcast episode. Also find public Board Actions for Nov-Dec 2022 and a reminder to check your email - are you missing messages from NCMB?


Past Issues

Nov-Dec 2022 Digital Forum

In this issue of the Forum, we list new CME opportunities on recognizing and responding to suspected abuse, we have updated CME on controlled substances prescribing and responding to addiction, we share a new feature called, “Lessons from NCMB’s Disciplinary Committee”, and we make mention our holiday hiatus for MedBoard Matters.

Show Articles 

September-October 2022 Digital Forum

In this issue of the Forum, outgoing NCMB President John W. Rusher, MD, JD, reflects on how NCMB has “leaned in” to its vision of being a proactive and progressive leader, we announce Board officers for 2022-23 and celebrate the appointment of a new physician member, as well as the reappointments of two sitting physician Board Members. Also, NCMB participates in PA Appreciation Week with its October 2022 podcast.

Show Articles 

July-August 2022 Digital Forum

In this issue of the Forum, NCMB President John W. Rusher, MD, discusses how the Board’s innovative medical and PA education outreach aims to help the next generation avoid regulatory problems and NCMB announces its Board officers for the upcoming year. Listen to the latest MedBoard Matters podcast episode and find out how getting more patients with opioid use disorder on medication to treat addiction can help turn the tide on overdose deaths and study up on Monkeypox. Also, the latest installment of the Board Actions Report covers public adverse actions taken during the months of May and June 2022.

Show Articles 

May-June 2022 Digital Forum

In this issue of the Forum, NCMB reaches out to encourage holdouts to register with the NC Controlled Substances Reporting System and we review proper procedure for dismissing patients from care. Don’t forget - death certificates must be submitted online now, and paper copies of the 2021 NCMB Annual Report are now available upon request.

Show Articles