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suckstobeme

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Can anybody recommed any good audiobook type programs for EM Boards? Sometimes I have a long commute. I know someone once recommend something on the ACEP or EMRA website... but I can't remember what it was or where to find it.

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NeuroSync

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I really should get a referral bonus or something for as often as I make this recommendation (sadly, I get nothing):

EMRAP (http://www.emrap.us), a free member benefit for EMRA members (http://www.emra.org/emra_benefits.aspx?id=29796

Pure board review, I'd recommend the National Board Review Course (http://www.emboards.com/

Take care,
Jeff

Thank you very much for that, Jeff. I am looking at a bad commute for an EM rotation and I was wondering how I could use that time without spending money (other than on gas). :)
 

nymbarra

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I really should get a referral bonus or something for as often as I make this recommendation (sadly, I get nothing):

EMRAP (http://www.emrap.us), a free member benefit for EMRA members (http://www.emra.org/emra_benefits.aspx?id=29796

Take care,
Jeff


Awesome!

Thanks Jeff!

Will definitely start using that. I have been using Audio Digest EM, which is usually free at academic libraries.

Btw, this is not a plug for Audio Digest, nor does this indicate any gunner tendencies in me...the format was great at places like the gym, and helped me to learn in a way different from lectures and rounds.

For those who have used both, how would you compare them?
 

Jeff698

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Yep, the EMA and EMRAP benefit is only for resident members.

I have AudioDigest, EM and the others I've discussed above. I'm not a huge AudioDigest fan, although they have fine information. They just strike me as a tad drier. EMA and EMRAP are a touch more irreverent and, I find, cover topics that seem to come up in my practice more often than those on AudioDigest.

Plus, the fact that I had to pay for AudioDigest as a resident while EMA and EMRAP were free, may have had something to do with my opinion.

Just in case anyone with either of these companies reads this, the free benefit to residents works for them, too. I'll be subscribing to both EMA and EMRAPs in July when I graduate. They've hooked me.

Take care,
Jeff
 
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