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Fellow Frequently Asked Questions

How do I change my contact information?

Fellows can update their contact information, as well as some other profile related information by logging into the website, clicking on "view profile" then "edit profile", make the changes, and click on "submit".  

Alternatively, Fellows can contact the ABPsa office by email or phone to request a change to their contact information.

How do I find my renewal date?

Renewal valid through dates are listed within the Fellow's profile, on the "mini certificate" within the profile, and both the reminder emails and confirmation emails.

What is required for the annual renewal?

To comply with the annual renewal, Fellows must:

    • attest to continued ethical standing.  If any of the ethics questions have changed, an explanation must be provided.
    • maintain a current license to practice
    • pay the renewal fee of $150

Click here for more information on the Renewal page.

What happens if I don't renew on time?

Fellows are sent up to 5 emails to renew: two before the renewal date, one on the renewal date and two after the renewal date.  If a Fellow has not renewed, a paper letter with an application is sent out.   Please be sure your email address is up-to-date and that you included as a safe email sender. Please also double check your secondary mailboxes/folders such as Updates, Promotions, and Spam. 

How can I let my patients and colleagues know I am board certified?

Fellows may use the FABP credential after their name, and may use a badge on their website to let their patients know about board certification status. Check your renewal confirmation email for a downloadable badge and guidelines on how to advertise your credentials.  

How do I report a change to my Ethics responses?

Changes to a Fellow's ethics responses should be done in writing by email, or as part of the renewal process as an attachment.  The Eligibility Committee will review all submissions and contact the Fellow about next steps.

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