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The Pass Machine® course is a proven, comprehensive, and laser-focused board review. And it comes in two versions - online and live - to match your personal learning style and your schedule.
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If you’re not sure if you would benefit more from the Online or Live Course, you can purchase both for a small additional fee. This option enables you to receive immediate online course access so you can start studying now AND then attend an upcoming live course with engaging face-to-face interaction, as well as lecture recordings for later review.
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The Pass Machine course is formatted for study on the iPad. That is why the The Pass Machine course offers a $500 stipend to purchase the iPad or other tablet computer of your choice. That way you get the technology that is best suited to your exam preparation – and the flexibility of watching webinars and taking practice exams on your new iPad!
Dr. Blok is an editor for the EM board review book First Aid for the Emergency Medicine Boards and is editor-in-chief of EM content for Elsevier’s online medical resource FIRSTConsult. She was previously Associate Program Director at the Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine residency program in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Blok’s interests lay mainly in medical education. She has an avid interest in Wilderness Medicine and co-directs the Wilderness Medicine education programs for the 3rd and 4th year medical students at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Dr. Halcomb is frequently invited to lecture and present Grand Rounds in emergency medicine and toxicology. She has authored several scientific articles and a chapter in Goldfranks Toxicologic Emergencies. Dr. Halcomb is also a consultant to the Missouri Regional Poison Control Center.
Dr. Kahler completed his residency at the Henry Ford Hospital before joining the faculty at the University of Michigan. He has authored several scientific articles and a book chapter in Restraints and Seclusion, Behavioral Emergencies for the Emergency Physician. Dr. Kahler has also been invited to present on topics in emergency medicine at several regional and national meetings.
Dr. Marvin is engaged in research projects involving patients with psychotic disorders, specifically prodromal and first episode psychosis. He is currently the chair of the Education Committee for the UIC Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Marvin provides thorough and concise coverage of broad and complicated board review topics.
Dr. Otero served as the Division Head of Emergency Medicine for the Henry Ford Medical Center before joining the faculty at the University of Michigan. He has been invited to present at several regional, national, and global meetings. Dr. Otero authored several scientific journal articles and a chapter in Peacock and Tiffany Cardiac Emergencies.
Dr. Pulia currently serves as president of the Young Physicians Section of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. In addition to being an invited faculty member at several national board review courses, he has been a WGN Talk Radio guest on EM topics, and was a featured physician for the news story Inside the Real ER on NBC5 News Chicago.
Dr. Rhee has received the Outstanding Clinical Teacher Award from the University of Chicago Emergency Residency program, where he previously served as an assistant professor in emergency medicine and pediatric emergency medicine. He has presented Grand Rounds and lectured extensively in emergency medicine and toxicology at Chicago-area universities and multiple conferences.
Dr. Sharp is currently serving as the assistant quality director for our division, which includes organizing the resident mortality and morbidity conferences, leading the resident quality improvement curriculum, and serving as the patient relations liaison for emergency medicine. His areas of interest include quality improvement and patient safety, medical education with a focus on simulation, and communication in medicine.
Dr. Sherman has authored more than 60 articles and book chapters; he is an editor for the titles Emergency Orthopedics (6th Edition), Emergency Orthopedics: The Extremities, and USMLE Road Map: Emergency Medicine as well as a reviewer for The Journal of Emergency Medicine. He has also been an examiner/faculty for ICEP Oral Board Review Course and a lecturer at ICEP MOREinFOUR Board Review Course. He is an author and editor of CME modules for the website AccessEmergencyMedicine.com by McGraw-Hill. Dr. Sherman regularly lectures regionally, nationally, and internationally on topics in emergency medicine.
5550 North River Road, Rosemont, IL 60018
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Cut-off date: Tuesday, July 1, 2014
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From O'Hare International Airport (2 miles):
Take 190-East. 190-East becomes 90-East towards Chicago and exit at the River Road South Exit. There is a light at the end of the ramp. Turn right (south) on River Road and go to the next stop light which is Bryn Mawr. Turn right.
From Midway Airport (28 miles):
Departing the airport, turn right on Cicero Avenue. Follow Cicero Avenue to I-55 South. From I-55 South, go onto 294-North. Exit at 190-West to O’Hare. After the toll, follow the sign to River Road. At the end of the ramp, turn right (south). Go south on River Road and go to the next stop light which is Bryn Mawr. Turn right.
From O'Hare International Airport (2 miles):
Courtesy Bus: Door 3 Bus/Shuttle Center Taxi: $15.00 one-way Subway/Rail: $5.00 one-way
From Midway Airport (28 miles):
Taxi: $60.00 one-way
Intended Audience: Emergency Physicians
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to:
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essentials and Standards of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of PeerPoint Medical Education Institute and The American Physician Institute for Advanced Professional Studies, LLC. PeerPoint Medical Education Institute is accredited by the ACCME to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.
PeerPoint Medical Education Institute designates this educational activity for a maximum of 38 AMA PRA Category 1 credit(s). Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This CME activity was planned and produced in accordance with the ACCME Essentials.