NEJM Knowledge+

NEJM Knowledge+ Content Updates

At NEJM Knowledge+, we’re committed to keeping our content current and aligned with the standard of care in medicine. We routinely review our question bank in light of new guidelines, and any edits we make as a result are quickly incorporated into your learning experrecience. We also...
| August 2nd, 2017| Learning| 1 Comment|

Should Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Take Aspirin to Prevent Stroke and Coronary Events?

What is the role of aspirin in primary prevention — preventing the first cardiovascular event in our patients? This has been an area of changing recommendations leading to considerable uncertainty among practitioners. Aspirin is an effective antiplatelet agent that acts by inhibiting cyclooxygenase-1 (COX-1) which leads to...
| June 22nd, 2017| Family Medicine| 6 Comments|

Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in Australia

NEJM Knowledge+ is not just in use in the United States; physicians and PAs all over the world benefit from using our adaptive learning platform for maintenance of certification and board review. Although we developed NEJM Knowledge+ content to align with U.S.-based medical board blueprints, learners in...
| April 20th, 2017| NEJM Knowledge+| 1 Comment|

How the NEJM Knowledge+ Team Developed Our Pediatrics Board Review Questions

Whether in training or in practice, whether preparing for clinic or for a board exam, pediatricians are in need of efficient ways to grow and maintain their knowledge. Last week NEJM Group announced the launch of NEJM Knowledge+ Pediatrics Board Review. The pediatrics board review questions provide...
| March 30th, 2017| NEJM Knowledge+| 0 Comments|

Over 80 New Case-Based Questions in NEJM Knowledge+ Family Medicine Board Review

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 1600 case-based questions on the most relevant...
| January 26th, 2017| Family Medicine| 2 Comments|