Annual Pediatric Board Review Course
The Pediatric Board Review Course is designed and recommended for physicians preparing for either certification or the re-certification examination of the American Board of Pediatrics in General Pediatrics. Practicing pediatricians, family physicians, or pediatric sub-specialists not considering either examination can also benefit from this intensive refresher course in pediatrics. For previous test takers who have had difficulty preparing for and taking the Board exams in general, this course offers practice in visual diagnosis and practice examinations, in addition to the extensive review of the theory and practice of pediatrics.
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25th Annual Pediatric Board Review Course
August 10-14, 2015
The George Washington University Campus – School of Public Health
Hosted by Children’s National, in conjunction with George Washington University, the Annual Pediatric Board Review Course is a 5‐day comprehensive review designed to prepare physicians to take the ABP certification exams. For 25 years, this course has helped thousands of physicians pass their certification exams. The course can also benefit those desiring a comprehensive update of pediatrics standards of care.
- Instruction by the leading experts in the field.
- Exam‐focused sessions, emphasizing the same content areas as the ABP exams.
- A variety of presentation types, including lectures, expert panel discussions, and our ever popular board review lunch sessions.
- Assessment tools to help measure your exam readiness and guide your study plan.
- Additional study references such as our electronic syllabus and complimentary archived course recordings.