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Should I Be Reading Pediatrics In Review?

What is Pediatrics In Review?

Pediatrics In Review is a journal created by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). It's also sometimes called Peds In Review. The primary purpose of the journal is to provide monthly articles to pediatricians. Pediatricians can then request Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit after completing the self-assessment. It is part of the PREP curriculum. Some of the articles in the Pediatrics In Review journal include:

  • Back to Basics: About basic sciences
  • Consultation with the Specialist: Discussions with pediatric subspecialists)
  • What's New: Up and coming in the world of pediatrics
  • Index of Suspicion: Unusual presentations of diseases are presented and you are given an opportunity to come up with the diagnosis
  • Visual Diagnosis: Articles and images are presented for you to review and come up with a diagnosis
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Should I Use Pediatrics In Review for Board Studying?

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