Physicians specializing in their medical field conduct clinical research trials. To become a specialist, a physician must spend many years in training after they complete medical school. Specialized training can take up to 10 years.
Time spent in specialist training provides years of experience in the treatment of patients and diagnosing common and rare conditions. Following specialist training are standard sets of national examinations. Passing the examinations provides specialists with specialist certification. In the US, certification is called board certification while in many other countries, including Canada, successful candidates are given certificates of specialization. Examinations often last for several days and may be intermittent over several weeks of time. Once in practice, specialists maintain their skills by engaging in monitored programs known as maintenance of certification.
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