At NEJM Knowledge+, we’re committed to ensuring that our products cover the breadth of knowledge that clinicians need for both clinical practice and board exam preparation. NEJM Knowledge+ Family Medicine Board Review, launched in February 2015, already contains more than 1500 case-based questions on the most relevant and important topics in family medicine today. We’re adding another 119 case-based questions to further expand that knowledge base.
Most of the new questions we’ve developed this year relate to three key areas:
- Child and adolescent care
- Patient safety in the hospital setting
- Ambulatory care across the organ systems
Each year, we plan to add at least 100 new questions to NEJM Knowledge+ Family Medicine Board Review — this is in addition to continually updating our content when guidelines change and in response to user feedback. Our goal is to become increasingly comprehensive in the learning we provide while remaining as clinically relevant and up-to-date as possible.
Case-Based Questions, Free from Outside Influence
All the questions we develop for NEJM Knowledge+ Family Medicine Board Review meet the same high-quality standards you’ve come to expect from NEJM Group. The content was written by more than 300 clinicians from academic programs across the country and was subjected to a rigorous editorial process that included review by highly respected professional educators, leading specialists in their fields, generalists, PAs, and NEJM Group editors. You can be sure that what you’re learning in NEJM Knowledge+ is accurate, evidence-based, and relevant to your daily practice.
NEJM Knowledge+ offers a comprehensive question bank that reflects the breadth of primary care cases that family medicine physicians and PAs encounter in their practices today.
Personalized Learning, Tailored to You
NEJM Knowledge+ uses adaptive learning technology that tailors your learning to your needs. This adaptive learning technology continuously assesses the subjects you know and identifies the areas where you need reinforcement. It then delivers questions based on what you know already, what you need to study more, what you are struggling to master, what you think you know better than you do, and what you might be forgetting.
With the addition of these 119 new questions, NEJM Knowledge+ Family Medicine Board Review now includes:
- more than 1620 case-based questions
- more than 4500 total questions tied to 2500 learning objectives
With the ability to earn:
- CME credits
- AAFP Prescribed credits
- AAPA Category 1 Self-Assessment CME credits
All in all, we are strengthening one of the most comprehensive solutions available for continuous learning and board exam preparation.