Academy e-letter Volume 3, Number 7, July 2004
Good Morning Doctor,
I would like to personally thank all of you who have referred friends and colleagues to become members of the Academy. This past month was exceptional for new members and for the number of Fellows applying for re-credentialing. To be able to say you are re-credentialed in your specialty is powerful when you are in the courtroom. More and more managed care groups are requesting if their providers are re-credentialed.
Volume two of the e-Journal should be at your computer when you receive this letter. The Editorial Board has been working hard and they have done an excellent job. Contributing a case study for the e-journal will earn you 3 credit hours towards Academy re-credentialing.
We are approaching 10 Delphi Committees for the Diplomate examination process. The committees are made up of Diplomates from the Academy, American College of Chiropractic Orthopedists and the Council of Chiropractic Orthopedics. This brings more doctors into the examination process. The Examination Committee has used Diplomates from other specialties to review some areas. We have been heartened by the favorable comments from the Candidates about the content, process and delivery of the Certifying Examination.
Please refer friends or colleagues who have an interest in the Academy Diplomate examination to our Norwalk, Iowa address which is on the website (www.dcorthoacademy.com).
The College of Forensic Sciences is having their 4th Annual Forensic Workshop sponsored by National University of Health Sciences. It is September 3rd and 4th, 2004 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Contact is Dr. Baer. His address is 2050 Cincinnati-Dayton Rd., Middletown OH 45044. The College is under the umbrella of the Council of Chiropractic Orthopedics. Questions about license renewal should be directed to Dr. Jonathan Soltys at National ([email protected]).
Take some time to enjoy the summer!
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