ABOG

AcronymDefinition
ABOGAmerican Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
ABOGAcademic Business Officers Group (California)
ABOGAmerican Board of Ophthalmology (est. 1916)
ABOGAlumni Board of Governors (various universities)
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Chairman of MedaPhor, Riccardo Pigliucci, said: "The agreement with the ABOG, the successful PS3m fundraising and the acquisition of Heart-Works, combined with our growing sales, encouraging pipeline and expanded sales team in the US, all point to an exciting future for the group.
Maintenance of Certification: Voluntary Recertification Certificate Renewal, ABOG BULL.
Both ABOG and ACOG suggested that the new statement would not be binding but failed to identify any w=ritten policy for determining which statements are binding.
The ACOG, the ABOG, and the APGO together make a formidable trio that has dedicated itself to improve the training and education of all its members for the betterment of the health of the women of our nation.
Andrew Satin, ABOG vice-president, said: "The ABOG selected MedaPhor because of the superb realism of the ScanTrainer system in simulating the ultrasound scanning experience, combined with the company's commitment to cutting edge simulation technology.
Under current ACOG standards and ABOG rules our hypothetical obstetrician situation is one that could occur in the near future.
Furthermore, according to the new requirements of the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology ("ABOG"), a doctor may be denied certification for violating ABOG or American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists ("ACOG") ethics principles.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Mike Leavitt wrote to ABOG in March seeking assurance that pro-life doctors will still be able to refuse to participate in or refer for abortions without putting their certification in jeopardy.
Chestnut is Board Certified in Anesthesiology by the ABA and in Obstetrics & Gynecology by the ABOG.
Repke also continues to serve as an Examiner for ABOG, Inc.
Fenner, director of the ABU and ABOG Subspecialty Board for Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery and director of benign gynecology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Congress has protected the rights of physicians and other health care professionals by passing two non-discrimination laws and annually re-newing an appropriations rider that protect the rights, including conscience rights, of health care professionals in programs or facilities conducted or supported by federal funds," Leavitt wrote to ABOG executive director Norman F.