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Pediatrics Intensive Board Review Course

Start Date:
Saturday, 4 August, 2012
End Date:
Saturday, 11 August, 2012 12:00pm

A 6-1/2-day course for physicians seeking to expand and reinforce their knowledge and clinical competencies in Pediatrics, focusing on subjects that are directly relevant to clinical scenarios that will be encountered on the ABP Certification or Recertification Board exam, as well as in the clinical setting.Featuring 14 nationally renowned Peds subspecialty experts presenting in a manageable pace of two lecture sessions daily.

Also offering two Board-simulation exams, optional organized study groups, a superior syllabus that directly mirrors speaker presentations, and on-point guidance on exam preparation and study priorities delivered via e-mail to course registrants every two weeks.Formal Learning Objectives: • Integrate and demonstrate increased overall knowledge of Pediatrics• Identify and remedy areas of weakness (gaps) in knowledge and clinical competencies • Describe the clinical manifestations and treatments of diseases encountered in Pediatrics and effectively narrow the differential diagnosis list by utilizing the most appropriate medical studies• Apply the competence and confidence gained through participation in this activity to both a successful Board exam-taking experience and daily practice


Omni Hotel at Park West,
United States

Organizer Details

Conference organized by MedStudy

From medical student training to residency training to Continuing Medical Education (CME), MedStudy produces study/review materials that target the professional development of physicians at every stage of their careers. With an expanding range of available products and more under development, we aim to bring our innovative approach to medical education to a growing audience of medical professionals.

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