Tx requires a certain number of credits (130 i believe) that need to count for a medical degree (either MD or DO) and clinical work must conform to certain requirements as well...namely mut be at an ACGM/AOA accredited program by SPECIALTY...this has been posted by many, but specifically by MrsMeyers (a rep from the TMB)...search and you should be able to find her post...
Originally Posted by premedjules
so if DeKalb has an accredited Surg Onc fellowship, then it will count towards your clinicals needed for your degree, otherwise it won't count for licensure...now of course the loophole is once you are board certified, then it doesn't matter where you did what...BC trumps everything (but remember BC can take up to a year to get).
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