While PTs get worked up about the oncology specialist exam, they actually tend to forget the biggest hurdle to taking the exam: submitting their application. In this workshop replay, I covered the basics of the ABPTS application & took students through several exercises that helped them identify the best patient for them to write a case report on.
Black Friday is a great time to grab deals for you, your practice, and your patients. It might be worth checking out many tools to help you improve your practice and assist your clients. Since many companies are offering specials during this time of year, it is a great time to sign up for CEUs … Continue reading Black Friday deals for your Practice & Patients
I spoke with Dr. Abby Hegerfeld, PT, DPT about her journey from cancer survivor to oncology physical therapy. During her battle with cancer, she describes some of the effects of the treatment and what she learned. Following her treatment, she decided to sit for the Oncology Specialist Certification Exam. Her experience as a patient helped … Continue reading Ep. 154 – From survivor to specialist: one PT’s journey
Continuing ed is great & all, but it's worthless unless you actually do something with what you know. The real value of learning is applying it & sharing it with your colleagues & patients. Amanda Curry, PT, DPT, Board Certified Oncologic Clinical Specialist, is taking what she learned over the last year of preparing for … Continue reading Ep. 140 – How sharing your knowledge actually helps you
Last week, we heard from Dr. Andrew Chongaway, PT, Board Certified Oncologic Clinical Specialist about his experience completing an oncology residency. And it was awesome! In this week's episode, I interviewed Dr. Chris Wilson, PT, Board Certified Geriatric Clinical Specialist, who is the director of the Beaumont oncology residency program director. So we get the … Continue reading Ep. 138 – What to know about oncology residencies if you aren’t pursuing one – Dr. Chris Wilson, PT