What is Physician Reentry?

What is Physician Reentry?

Physician reentry into clinical practice can be defined as returning to professional activity/clinical practice for which one has been trained, certified or licensed after an extended period.

Find out more by reading the Reentry Project’s The Physician Reentry Inventory.

Physician Reentry Online Portal for Pediatricians

Physician Reentry Online Portal for Pediatricians

Taking a leave from clinical practice? Are you looking to return to clinical practice? Leaving and reentry require careful planning.

Stay on top of what you need to do by using the Physician Reentry Online Portal for Pediatricians (PROPP). As a subscriber to the Portal you’ll have a central place to house your personal reentry activities, reentry plans and other valuable information so it is always at your finger tips.

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Acknowledgements

The Physician Reentry into the Workforce Project is supported by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP),  Division of Workforce and Medical Education Policy in collaboration with the AAP Committee on Pediatric Workforce.

 

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The Reentry Project is a collaborative endeavor of organizations and individuals both within and external to pediatrics that aims to examine the diverse issues encompassed under the rubric of "reentry." The Reentry Project aims to develop resources and strategies to assist organizations as well as individual physicians who are seeking physician reentry information.

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