Recertification: Overhyped or need of the hour

Kekre, Nitin S.
January 2013
Indian Journal of Urology;Jan-Mar2013, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
The article discusses the recertification to maintain optimal professional standards in urology. It mentions that recertification framework should include domains as knowledge and skills, safety and quality, and maintenance of trust. It is stated that adoption of recertification results in minority of urologists who are unable to meet the standards. Also presents an introduction to genetic predisposition to prostate cancer, vascular complications after renal transplantation, ubiquitous condom.


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