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Knowledge Check-In: ABIM MOC Changes Mean More Choices

Recently, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) announced a significant change in their requirements for maintenance of certification (MOC). This came in response to long-standing dissatisfaction expressed by MOC candidates. Feedback from physicians indicate they felt that requirements were confusing, irrelevant, and borderline punitive. They asked...
|April 27th, 2017|News|7 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+|0 Comments|

Interprofessional Education — A Core Competency?

There is a thick stack of visiting nurse reports piled in a physician’s inbox. He skims through the officious, dense documents, vaguely recognizes most of the patients, and signs his name attesting to their veracity. Later, a patient calls after hours. Apparently, there was a drug-drug interaction...
|April 6th, 2017|Learning|2 Comments|

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|

APDIM Conference Q&A with Education Editor Dr. Ole-Petter Riksfjord Hamnvik

Academic Internal Medicine Week 2017 (held from March 19–20 in Baltimore) brought together educators from all over the world. Faculty and staff in departments of internal medicine at medical schools and teaching hospitals came to share insights and learn from one another, and to discuss thorny issues...
|March 24th, 2017|Internal Medicine|0 Comments|