Sponsored by Oakstone Medical Publishing and Co-Sponsored by the University of Alabama School of Medicine Division of Continuing Medical Education
The UAB School of Medicine’s Pulmonary Board Review Course is an in-depth, case-based review, and is designed to provide pulmonologists and pulmonologists in-training and critical care with current, relevant, and condensed information needed to pass certification (written and oral exams), recertification, and maintenance of certification exams.
It is also valuable if you are simply looking for a great all-inclusive review of pulmonary medicine. The concise format means it will focus only on what is necessary to pass the exam and stay current. More than 35 leading edge presentations are delivered by UAB School of Medicine faculty selected for their outstanding teaching methods and expertise in target ‘must-know’ areas.
Harvard Medical School Department of Continuing Education and Brigham and Women's Hospital Critical Care Division, Department of Medicine
The Brigham Critical Care Board Review Course major objective is to prepare attendees for the ABIM Subspecialty Board Examination in Critical Care (Certification/Re-Certification). We will convey state-of-the-art information on a wide spectrum of clinical problems that reflect the curriculum in critical care medicine for the ABIM examination. The pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of shock and respiratory failure is addressed. The spectrum of subspecialty areas—cardiac, renal, GI, hematologic, nutrition, obstetric, neurologic, infectious disease, endocrine, and trauma/burns are covered. Management of the ventilator, fluid, acid-base and electrolyte problems is addressed.