I’m so excited that you are here and we’re doing something fun in today’s episode. It is actually a replay of a workshop I conducted just the other day about how to begin your oncology application with an ABPTS. As part of this workshop, I took students through several exercises that helped them identify the best patient for them to write a case report on.
Last week’s workshop was a lot of fun, with a lot of excitement and participation from the attendees. This really helped them come up with some meaningful options on which to base their case. Here is what I would like you to do. Grab a pen, a piece of paper, or your favorite word processor and take notes. I will be walking you through some exercises that will help you prepare for this exam. I want you to do these exercises with me. They are very deliberate.
We got a lot of great feedback from attendees at this workshop, and I’m sure you’ll love it, especially if you ever hope to write your case report for the ABPTS oncology applications. This workshop will help you get off on the right foot when applying and prepping for the exam.
I will be covering some foundational material as well as busting through some of the myths that come up around this exam. The ABPTS oncology specialty certification exam can be challenging, but it is well worth your time and effort.This can be achieved if you adopt the right mindset, and ultimately take the proper first steps.
How do you prepare for the case report when you’re ready?
You could write your case report independently. Chances are, you will probably end up stressed, frustrated, and cursing yourself as you scramble to meet the deadline. This one-day event guarantees the development of a first draft of your case report.