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Birdstrike

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Anyone have any opinion on what's the best way to get CME (way behind, need to get a bunch in the next 6 week for license renewal) plus get caught up on LLSAs at the same time? Also way behind on those. Normally I would just go online and do the tests but since I'm under a time crunch on state license CME I need to kill two birds with one stone. Don't have time to go to a conference, etc.

Also, what's the best way to do the other non-LLSA ABEM continuous certification stuff? I'm 2-3 years behind on all of it and need to get caught up efficiently.




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EB Medicine has lots of options that are quick and easy. I do their trauma kit and can knock out 16 credits in about 30 mins after I've reviewed the papers.

LLSA tests themselves offer CME and don't require much other than a quick review of the papers.


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EB Medicine has lots of options that are quick and easy. I do their trauma kit and can knock out 16 credits in about 30 mins after I've reviewed the papers.

LLSA tests themselves offer CME and don't require much other than a quick review of the papers.


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Great suggestions, thanks

(It's been so long since I did an LLSA I totally forget you can get CME for them.)


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Great suggestions, thanks

(It's been so long since I did an LLSA I totally forget you can get CME for them.)


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Yep, it's only money. Because why should you get credit for just doing it, when you can spend more money and get more credit for the same thing. I think that would be called racketeering in other industries though.
 
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Yep, it's only money. Because why should you get credit for just doing it, when you can spend more money and get more credit for the same thing. I think that would be called racketeering in other industries though.

Though you may be correct...cynicism need not define every thread or every conversation.


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