Candidates for podiatry must be enrolled in a program accredited by the Council on Education of the American Podiatry Association. Applicants must complete the first part of the exam before the start of the third year of academic training and submit their results to the AFHPSP Program Director`s office by September 15 of the third year of study. Part II of the exam must be passed and passed by October 15 of grade 4. If these tests are not successful after two tests, this can lead to a separation of the program. If, within one year of notification to active duty, no valid state license is obtained, it will result in a change in renaming and compliance with the active service obligation in another Community or the separation of the U.S. Navy and the recovery of naval expenses in accordance with the provisions of the service contract and applicable marine rules. The opening of the monthly scholarship begins on the following three dates, also known as the start date of the benefit (BSD): the date the member signs the oath, the date the member signs the program/contract contract contract, and the start date of the academic year. Only for dental bodies (DC): Candidates must take and pass Parts I and II of the National Board Dental Exam (NBDE) before graduation and diversion into active duty. Part I of the NBDE must be taken at the beginning of the third year of the dental school`s academic studies. Applicants must participate in the NBDE in December during the 4th year of study.
If these tests are not successful after two tests, this can lead to a separation of the program. If, within one year of notification to active duty, no valid state license is obtained, the result will be a change in renaming and compliance with the active duty or separation of the U.S. Navy in another Community, and the recovery of naval expenses, in accordance with the terms and provisions of the service contract and the applicable navy rules. Applicants from countries that require five-year training (PGY-1) prior to licensing will be given an additional six months to obtain their licence. When a taker identifies himself, HPSP works with the licensee to develop an individual monitoring agreement and keeps confidential the registration of the taker as long as the taker respects his hpsp supervision agreement. A board may refer a licensee to HPSP or a licensee may source it itself. When a board hires a licensee, HPSP works with the Board to ensure that the policyholder is supervised in accordance with its consulting agreement. The first HPSP payment for new contracts received and processed for 2019 is March 1 and will include payment for 33 days. For 2019, there are new pay tables. The new tables are available in CCI 633.01 and below. Members must sign a written agreement providing only: for MC only: applicants must pass and pass the U.S. Medical License Examination (USMLE) Parts I, IICK and IICS or Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination (COMLEX) Level I, II CE and II PE before completion and replacement to active service.
The USMLE or Comlex Part I of the exam must be completed before the beginning of the third year of the medical/osteopathic school`s academic course. If these examinations are not completed after two attempts or the innateness of a valid state license after the end of the internship, this leads to a change of fame and the conclusion of an active duty of service in another community or the separation of the United States.