Resident News to Use
March 2018
Fellowship Overview with Timothy Ford, DPM
Reconstructive Foot and Diabetic Salvage/Preservation Fellowship

In continuing our series about CPME-approved residencies and fellowships, this month we are featuring a one-year reconstructive foot and diabetic limb salvage/preservation fellowship at KentuckyOne Health and the University of Louisville. 

Click here to learn the insights about the program from Director, Timothy Ford, DPM

Request a Speaker for YOUR Residency Program Now!

For the past decade the ABPM has been working with residency directors to provide content in areas of clinical interest, as well as general information on board certification and specific information about the ABPM process.  As a result of a significant increase in program interest in recent years, the ABPM Speaker's Bureau has developed a new process for requesting a speaker.

Visit the Request for Speaker  page on for more details, including a current list of available speakers and topics!

Download the ABPM App! It's Free!

- Access reference ranges for laboratory, radiographic and biomechanical information
- Practice questions for students, residents and other exam candidates
- Stay current on important ABPM activities
- Quick links to information about the ABPM
...and more

*Remember to allow push notifications to receive updates directly to your device*

App for Apple iOS device: iTunes, or
App for Google Android device: Google Play 

ABPM On the Move - Upcoming Events
The ABPM attends multiple conferences throughout the year. Please check our calendar periodically to see if we will be in your area. Below are upcoming events:

March 9 - 10, No Nonsense , Independence, OH
March 22 - 25, ACFAS , Nashville, TN
April 5 - 7, Diabetic Limb Salvage Conference, Washington, D.C.
April 6 - 8, PRESENT East, Superbones/Superwounds , Teaneck, NJ

A Note from the Editor - Dr. Nicole DeLauro
Welcome 2018! It is with great pleasure, and gratitude that I am the new editor of the ABPM resident newsletter. I would like to thank Dr. Melissa Lockwood for a seamless transition, and for her hard work and dedication as editor for the past two years.

A new year allows for fresh beginnings! As residents, you are challenged academically and professionally, and it is always a great idea to set new goals for the year ahead. Whether you a first, second, third year or fourth year your priorities are different and ABPM is here to help. You may even be thinking about a sure to read the article in this issue.

ABPM is excited to expand our Speaker's Bureau in 2018, and extend to residents educational opportunities and involvement with our organization. We have upgraded the ABPM APP to allow access to exam type questions, reference ranges, and testing information, including up-to-date push notifications. ABPM will be present at many conferences and meetings throughout the year to help familiarize you with our ongoing mission, feel free to introduce yourself. Our staff is always available to answer any questions you may have.

Let's cheer to a great year!

Nicole DeLauro, DPM