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Hi everyone,

In terms of pain fellowhips, what does it mean that it is or is not accredited? I recently heard, some programs were accredited and lost their status because they refused to merge with the anes. pain fellowhship.

If anyone can shed some light...

Thanks!!!
 

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If it is not acredited you cant seat for the boards, the insurances will not cover you and the partners and employers will not hire you.
 
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