Board Review Strategy

Preparation for your Podiatric Board Exam - Part III, Oral Exam

John Schuberth, DPM

This final lecture of Dr. Schuberth's 3-part series focuses on reinforcing the skills necessary to be successful on the oral portion of the board examinations. He provides 3 more practice questions to aid in this process. Challenging cases are presented including bone tumors, and open fracture management with breakdown of the "points to pass". At the completion of this lecture the viewer will improve their line of questioning skills and their ability to interact with the examiner.

  • Author
  • John Schuberth, DPM

    Chief, Foot and Ankle Surgery
    Kaiser Foundation Hospital
    San Francisco, CA

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