Alexander Boulos, MD

Dr Alexander Boulos is the current digital content editor for the Medical Bag. He graduated from the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL with an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry. He then completed his medical training from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, DC. He is currently pursuing his Masters of Public Health degree (with a focus on Global Health) from George Washington University - located in Washington, DC. He aspires to travel the world and use his training in both medicine and public health to address health disparities in under-served populations.  Some of his interests and hobbies include backpacking to new destinations, staying active, trying different recipes, and watching movies.

Most Recent Articles by Alexander Boulos, MD

Should Access to External Resources Be Allowed During Certification Examinations?

Should Access to External Resources Be Allowed During Certification Examinations?

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A study sought to identify what effect access to electronic resources would have on medical certification exam performance.

WHO: Estimated Costs of Reaching Global Health Targets Released

WHO: Estimated Costs of Reaching Global Health Targets Released

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If investments were to aid in development of universal health coverage, the lifespan in some countries could increase as much as 8.4 years.

Board Certification Exams:  Worth the Expense?

Board Certification Exams: Worth the Expense?

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Certification exams fees contributed to approximately 87.7% of the revenue and 21.3% of the expenses of ABMS member boards.

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