Pediatrics CME & Board Review 2016-2017

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Comprehensive Review of Pediatrics
Credit Hours: 58
Credit Type: AMA PRA Category 1
Format: Online Video, CD, MP3 DVD MP4
Expiration Date: December 31, 2017
Summary: Review of current practices in clinical pediatrics. Over 60 lectures provide a broad and comprehensive review of the conditions and diseases found in infants, children, and adolescents. Directed by faculty from Harvard/Mass Gen Hospital.

Pediatric Board Review Questions and Practice Tests
Format: Interactive Online Question Bank
Summary: 1400 Pediatric Board Review Questions for ABP Pediatric Board Preparation exam and the I-ITE* (in-service exam). Interactive, customizable pediatric practice test at an affordable price. Topics covered include: Adolescent Gynecology, Allergy/Immunology, Cardiology, Cognitive, Congenital Heart Disease, Connective Tissue Diseases, Critical Care, Dermatology, Emergency/Trauma, Endocrine, ...

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Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Credit Hours: 32
Credit Type: AMA PRA Category 1
Format: Online Video, CD, MP3, DVD MP4
Expiration Date: July 1, 2017
Summary: The redesigned Pediatric Emergency Medicine program will help physicians be clinically proficient in the management of the acutely ill or injured child in the emergency department setting. This course enables practitioners to identify and manage life-threatening and non-life threatening situations.

Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice

Credit Hours: up to 4 CME Credits per monthly issue
Credit Type: AMA PRA Category 1
Format: Online Publication or Hardcopy
Summary: Pediatric Emergency Medicine Practice is a journal, available in print and online formats. It focuses on one topic per issue, generally based on a single complaint; subjects include: differential diagnosis, ED evaluation, common pitfalls diagnostic studies, treatment, controversies, special circumstances, and patient disposition.
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