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    Which states currently use California lists

    this is a good question that user PM'd me with and that has been randomly discussed in multiple fora but not in one particular place that perhaps deserves a thread of its own..

    with the users permission to repost, the questions are below..

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    I have 2 questions that I haven't been able to get a concrete answer for:

    Which states use the California Approved List for granting Licensure?
    ie if you are not on the approved list then you cannot get licensed in that state right away (either you will never be eligible or you will have to get board certified or get licensed in different state first and will be eligible only after that) .

    Which states DENY licensure if you are on a California DISAPPROVED list?
    ie if you are on the cali disapproved list, which states will not license you, or which states will scrutinize your application more or which states will being on the cali disapproved list create more obstacles in getting licensed (even if eventually you can get licensed there after you have proved you are on the list erroneously)

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    add TN to this list.

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    I know this probably isn't the best place to ask, but is this CA list of unapproved schools more of a problem for caribbean schools, or should I be worried going to an Irish school? I apologize if that is a stupid question; I'm not too sure about all this licensure stuff yet.

    EDIT: Nevermind. I should have done some research before asking. I checked the CA approved list and all the Irish schools are on there. Thanks for the great links on this site.
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    Typically, programs that are for native students (ie, if you sit next to the citizens of the country, and take classes in the native language) you are going to have less problems. So, if you go to Ireland or Australia and take classes at the universities accredited in that country, and taught in English, you will have few problems with states recognizing you. Same would hold true if you went to a medical school in Spain, and learned medicine in Spanish, for example.

    The states will hold the schools/programs that are primarily geared for international students under more scrutiny. So, when you go to the carib, and attend a school that exports 99.999% of it's grads, or when you go to Eastern Europe and attend an English language program that also exports almost all of the grads, your school will likely face a bit more scrutiny. That is why it is important that you pick schools out of this group carefully, and look for outside indicators of high quality (ie CA recognition).

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    Ah, okay. Thanks for the info.
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    Alaska...

    As of September 8 2006. California should start charging states that use their list. Just joking. But the Alaska part is true.


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    Based on personal experiences and applications,my advise is get license in easier state,practice for 5 years,get BC,then you can get license anywhere in the USA except Texas and CA .
    States that uses CA are TX,NM,ID,VT,IN.
    NM: ok with license 3 yrs elsewhere
    ID: ok with license elsewhere 5 yrs
    VT: not too many interested to go anyway

    comming soon to state near you:
    things are going to change for the worst very soon,so GO TO APPROVED SCHOOLS ONLY,I strongly believe most of unapproved schools will close down with the new regulations[build libraries,research,US faculty...]
    I went to unapproved school and after 20 yrs in practice I will never forgive myself about taking the easier way.

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    Add Arkansas

    Add Arkansas to that list as of July 2008.
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    Cali only applies if it's not ACCM accred.
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    accreditation

    only if it is on
    NCFMEA list or California list


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    Cali only applies if it's not ACCM accred.
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    according to NCFMEA website ACCM is listed as comparable to it's own standards.
    National Committee on Foreign Medical Education and Accreditation (NCFMEA)

    Am I missing something here?
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