As the pediatric board exam nears, I'm often asked the following questions:
The information on the American Board of pediatrics website is a little confusing, so I've tried to clarify some things below. I try to address some of the more key information you will need on test day. In this article I'll talk specifically about the INITIAL pediatric board certification exam. You'll learn:
The break up for the ABP Click Here And Continue Reading…
At 4 PM EST on 7/18/12, PBR's Board Prep Coaching program went LIVE!
20 slots were allotted by PBR's Coach. 10 on 7/17 for PBR members and 10 on 7/18 for the general public. In total, 24 slots were somehow filled due to the massive demand and the course sold out within hours.
People were frantic to learn how PBR's Coaching Program can boost their chances of
passing to > 90%!
The “Coaching” goes way beyond the content. Coaching methods help you quickly dissect questions so that you’re left with the correct answer, even when you don’t have a handle on the content! We also teach you how to leave your hang-ups (fear, anxiety, nausea, insomnia, palpitations) at the door so that they don’t interfere with your performance.
The Coach was a medical board exam preparation genius who had been doing this for decades, and now her one-on-one courses are being made to members of the PBR community. UPDATE: PBR COACHING has gone fully digital and purely online.
“It is really important to do everything she says… I took
that exam more times than Click Here And Continue Reading…
I can't believe I'm releasing the entire Table of Contents, the actual PBR Roadmap To Success, and the Memory Aids Creation section. This is a deep view into the PBR content and system.
* To get the ENTIRE Table of Contents just a click away…
* And the PBR Roadmap to Success… Click Here And Continue Reading…
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:
The definite answer is Click Here And Continue Reading…
I've really been surprised at how many orders have been placed from pediatricians in the United Kingdom (UK) and Asia.
But, who is PBR written for? Well, the goal for PBR is to help anyone studying for their pediatric boards. It's a course written for pediatric residents and new pediatricians who are going to be taking the American Board of Pediatrics Initial Certification Exam.