Critical Care Medicine Board Review 2023
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Availability
On-Demand
4 Courses
Expires on Aug 31, 2024
Credit Offered
45.25 CME / CE Credits
45.25 MOC Points
45.25 RN Credits
45.25 PA Credits
45.25 AANPCB Credits
This premier course will review the information you should know for the ABIM Critical Care Medicine Certification Examination. The exam tests your knowledge and clinical judgment in crucial areas of critical care medicine. Course content mirrors the content of the exam, as outlined by the ABIM. Whether you need to certify, recertify, or simply review, this course offers a thorough review you can put to the test with confidence.

Event Location

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Course Materials and Faculty Evaluations 

Course materials and faculty evaluation surveys are associated with each lecture for on demand and live sessions. Please take a moment to complete each lecture’s evaluation, as the information we receive is important in planning future educational offerings.


Live Sessions

The live sessions will be held August 12‑14, beginning at 7:55 am ET. These sessions will address nuances of the material covered in the on demand lectures, so be sure you’ve watched everything ahead of time.

You will have 1 year to access all of the on demand lectures and recorded sessions. Access will run through July 31, 2024. You will need to claim your CME credit/MOC points by August 20, 2024. Please see details below.


Additional Test Preparation

  • Pre-Exam Questions
    These questions relate to each of the on demand lectures and are paired with the posttest exam. They will give you the opportunity to review your strengths and weaknesses as you prepare for the board exam.
After participating in this educational activity, you should be able to:
  • Evaluate real-life patient cases, diagnoses, and treatments in critical care medicine.
  • Apply clinical judgment skills to the diagnosis and treatment of critically ill patients.
  • Differentiate between various rare and common clinical problems related to critical care medicine.

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