Further on with the MOL Physician Acceptability Survey Results

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The Iowa Board of Medicine promptly answered my questions about the Maintenance of Licensure (MOL) Physician Survey, the first of its kind in Iowa. The answers prompted me to reflect on the continuing opposition to MOL. The Iowa Board of Medicine (IBM) reply highlights the importance of building and maintaining a commitment to lifelong learning, in […]

Open Access Week at Iowa!

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Well it’s that time of year again, meaning Open Access Week at University of Iowa. There will be several blog posts about it at Transitions Blog University of Iowa and mine is supposed to be among them. Open Access Week starts tomorrow and runs from October 20-26, 2014. You gotta come on up to Open Access!

Suicide Risk Assessment: Always Look for Ways to Improve

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Today I’d like to call attention to a couple of interesting articles on suicide risk assessment, which is something I do every day as a consulting psychiatrist in the general hospital (and I’m always looking for ways to improve). The easiest way to start is to let you have a look at a couple of […]

MOL Acceptability Survey Update

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So I just got a reply yesterday from the Iowa Board of Medicine (IBM) regarding my inquiry about the results of the Maintenance of Licensure (MOL) Acceptability Survey, completed in late April. My message prompted them to publish a press release about the results, which they had available in June. They were kind enough to send […]

Psychiatry Update Conference in Madison, Wisconsin–Dang, Missed It Again!

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I just saw Dr. George Dawson’s post on the 2nd Annual Update and Advances in Psychiatry conference held in Madison, Wisconsin: Real Psychiatry: University of Wisconsin 2nd Annual Update http://t.co/012T5QnD20 — James Amos (@jamostheelder) October 14, 2014 I’m always on duty staffing our general hospital psychiatry consultation service in the fall months, so I’m usually […]