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(p. 129) The Appeals Process 

(p. 129) The Appeals Process
(p. 129) The Appeals Process

Linda S. Berberoglu

and Eric York Drogin

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date: 21 September 2021

This chapter explores the sometimes complex and time-consuming appealsprocess. The goal is to provide candidates with the information necessary to decide whether and how to file an appeal with a specialty board after receivingnews of an adverse outcome. This chapter also includes several case vignettesthat illustrate examples of successful and unsuccessful appeals.

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