Viewed a documentary on Hiroshima last night (7/4/2018), now playing on Netflix. Within a year of atomic bomb's encounter with this Japanese city nearly 190,000 had died from various effects of the bomb. Japanese high command were given many options to stop the war, yet they remained steadfast in their resolve to win. This documentary covers the preparation for the bombing by the USA, the release of the bomb on the city and the immediate aftermath. Highly educational yet extremely depressing. No doubt both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings shortened the war saving untold numbers of American lives and those of the enemy too. Morality of nuclear weapons has subsequently come into question, as it should. Your thoughts.
Thursday, July 05, 2018
Saturday, June 30, 2018
Failed SPEX Time for a Special Purpose Exam Tutor
Failing SPEX sadly has become a common event amongst test takers. The Special Purpose Examination was designed to fail. Contrary to the Federation of States Boards’ information sheets SPEX questions are far from standard medical practice. Most clinicians have narrow medical specialties where they would not encounter the information embedded in this extensive exam. Much of the literature on the market for SPEX is antiquated. These books, flashcards and videos have not kept up with this test’s broad contents. Failing SPEX is not only a stigma to the physician the price to take the exam is extremely expensive.
In my experience as a SPEX tutor I have accumulated a vast array of information that is reflected in current exams. Few can walk into this exam and expect to pass. After hearing the woes of many who failed I began to gather information from former test takers, open sources of information and a multitude of medical references which relate to this unfair and difficult test. As a SPEX tutor I can direct potential examinees in current question content, subject matters and how to prepare for this test in the most expeditious matter.
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Monday, June 04, 2018
SPEX COURSE TUTORIAL CURRENT INDEPTH AND PRECISE
State Boards of Physicians are requiring more doctors to take the SPEX (Special Purpose Examination) than ever before. This exam is unfair to practicing physicians and has a failure rate requiring physicians to take the test two, three or more times. According to Federation of State Board literature, that concoct this exam, physicians reading general literature during the course of their practices should have no problem passing. The latter statement is far from the truth and misrepresents the true nature of this exam. SPEX covers more than 12 subjects and touches upon areas of subject matter that many physicians have not seen since their medical school days. Medical Boards generally do not provide guidance or information to help their physicians through this exhausting exam. For those of you who have been picked out of a literal hat to take this exam there is help.
Mark Davis MD is well versed in the contents of this exam. Dr. Davis has helped many in their studies towards a passing grade. Physicians who have come under his tutelage had previously utilized improper study material on the market that was either outdated and or completely outside the contents of the SPEX test. Dr. Davis will review the subject matter of this exam with the prospective test taker and discuss specific questions that have appeared on prior exams. Look for his book on Amazon why Tutors are all important to help pass the SPEX. To contact Dr. Mark Davis: 410-515-7858 or email@example.com or through medicalboardusa.com
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Harassed By The Maryland Board of Physicians Send Us Your Story
After revealing the outrageous conduct of the Maryland Board of Physicians against this author, Mark Davis MD, to numerous colleagues time has come to hear the stories of others who have been harassed by this corrupt Board. Medical licenses are now dangled in front those who do not kowtow to this morally unprincipled administrative entity whose members are political appointees and its director is a certifiable loon. Earning a medical degree and stressed through years of postgraduate training should be enough to allow licensure unless an extreme roadblock is discovered precluding such an event. This Board has taken steps to sidestep Comar regulations and Maryland law to go rogue against those it licenses. Fabrication of standards of care is an art form for this corrupt Board and its assigned lawyers from the Attorney General’s Office. Many aspects of this author’s story are posted on medicalboardusa.com. Have your story published on this national site so others can benefit from your experiences. To contact Dr. Mark Davis use the email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks to all those who have already brought forward their personal stories.
Wednesday, May 09, 2018
Maryland prefers Foreign Physicians over their American Trained Counterparts
Forty thousand strong Maryland’s physicians are under the purview of a corrupt medical board named the Maryland Board of Physicians. This corrupt Maryland state entity exuberantly embraces foreign physicians over those trained in American Medical Schools. Many American physicians who considered practicing medicine in Maryland have sought refuge in other state jurisdictions because of the harsh environment established by this very unprincipled Board. Both in licensing and sanctions most foreign physicians brought before this unscrupulous and dishonest Board of Physicians are either accepted quickly into flock or sanctioned in the most minimal way. Those who sit on this Board have been blinded by lawyers who work for this entity and or by lawyers from the Maryland Attorney General’s Office. Every time a physician is sanctioned to maximum, that is a medical license revocation, the Board administrators put another notch in their proverbial noose. The evidence is obvious if you review those sanctioned each year. American trained physicians’ cases are taken into court more frequently that their foreign counterparts. Why? Because this unsaintly entity bends the rules for foreign physicians and those of invigorated cultures.
Political correctness has been taken to the extreme. Recent contact I had with the Maryland legislature and other state administrative entities display very little oversight is given to this so called independent Board. The legislative committee I contacted and other Maryland state departments believe this Board is pure and should go untouched by them. Corruption has entered the fray in the Maryland Board of Physicians processes and procedures. Damage to physicians’ reputation, families and more are the outcome of false sanctions initiated again doctors. Many physicians have suffered by the hands of this corrupt and dishonest entity. Please review some of the articles on Medicalboardusa.com and read for yourself how one physician was mercilessly treated by Maryland’s Board of Physicians.
Mark Davis MD
Monday, May 07, 2018
GENERAL SCIENCE TUTOR TO BE THE BEST HIRE THE BEST
American students are no longer at the top of their game when it comes to the sciences. Too many lag behind because emphasis on the sciences in the classroom has been demeaned for other subjects. In some educational jurisdictions science is given no emphasis. Colleges and Universities will report that in many cases their PHD programs in the sciences are filled with foreign students. Have you ever wondered why Google seeks people from outside the country to fill their vacant science positions? Americans simply are disinterested in pursuing science careers en masse giving way to our colleagues from abroad. With that stated in the event your child needs a help moving through the sciences in grades K-12 and or has precocious talents that need to be nurtured hire a general science tutor.
Dr. Mark Davis tutors a wide spectrum of subjects in the sciences and is here to provide individual and or small group science sessions to enable students to improve their grades and or awaken an interest in science within them.
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