NEJM Group is excited to announce the launch of NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review, a self-assessment and continuous learning solution that employs the very latest adaptive learning technologies to increase learning efficiency and knowledge retention.
Designed specifically for Internal Medicine and Internal Medicine subspecialists, the product includes:
- Over 4000 questions covering nearly 1500 key learning points
- Two timed practice exams that simulate the actual board exam
- Desktop, iPad, and iPhone access – wherever and whenever it’s convenient for you
- Opportunity to earn 250 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Creditstm
- Opportunity to earn 80 ABIM MOC points which also satisfy the new ABIM patient safety requirement (Medical Knowledge points)
- Robust, multi-faceted progress and performance reporting
We partnered with Area9 — a physician-led pioneer in adaptive learning — to create this first-of-its-kind platform with smart technology that actually continuously assesses your knowledge, study habits, and schedule, selecting from thousands of learning opportunities and presenting just what you need to become fully prepared. NEJM Knowledge+ presents 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 . For a fun and informative look at how we’ve used adaptive learning check out our animated video.
NEJM Knowledge+ is planned as a family of products to support self-assessment, learning, and board certification in internal medicine and other specialties. Future review products in other specialties will all be designed to help clinicians efficiently self-assess their learning needs, meet their certification requirements, prepare for the board exams, and incorporate lifelong learning into their schedules more easily.
To learn more about NEJM Knowledge+ visit http://knowledgeplus.nejm.org. You’ll find lots of great information, videos, our question of the week, blog, and more.
To take advantage of our Charter Offer and receive a 20% discount on NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review click here.The Massachusetts Medical Society designates this enduring CME activity for a maximum of 250 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review has been accepted by the American Board of Internal Medicine for 80 points toward the Self-Evaluation of Medical Knowledge (Part 2) requirement of Maintenance of Certification (MOC).