The Pass Machine® Pediatric Critical Care Certification Exam is a tough exam. As reported by the ABP®, the pass rate for this exam in 2012 was only 79%. This is one of the lowest pass rates among any board exam as all medical specialties.
I wouldn’t bring this up if I didn’t have a solution to offer you. I’d like you to consider using The Pass Machine Pediatric Critical Care Certification Board Review course as your path to success.
In 2013, 93% of the pediatricians using The Pass Machine course passed their Pediatric Critical Care Certification Exam – and it is guaranteed to work for you!
If you like these passing odds, register now and start studying today for your Pediatric Critical Care Certification Exam with The Pass Machine online course. The Pass Machine is backed by its famous Triple Trust Guarantee to make your investment risk-free. Here’s how it works:
Laser-Focused Lectures: The Pass Machine course is comprised of hundreds of short, easily-digestible lecture modules, each of which reflects exam topics mapped to the ABP® Pediatric Critical Care Certification Exam blueprint. The modules are organized into lectures covering all related exam “keywords”. Thus, you effectively review every required exam topic and nothing else, acquiring increased mastery of the material in less time.
The “QBL” Method: To ensure pinpoint exam relevancy, the lectures use a method called “Question-Based Learning.” Lectures are constructed from a series of board-style multiple-choice questions, each coupled to a mini-lecture on that question’s topic.
Board-Experienced Faculty: Lectures are presented by faculty experienced in teaching for board preparation. The two levels of medical editing ensure every lecture is up-to-date, medically accurate and 100% board-relevant.
CME Accreditation: Earn 33 AMA/PRA Category 1 CME Credit(s)TM by participating. Your annual employer-provided educational funds may be used to cover the costs of this CME activity.
Always-on Convenience: The Pass Machine course is optimized for 24/7 online access from any computer, smartphone, or tablet device so you can watch the lectures and take practice exams whenever you have a free moment.
Unlimited Repeat Viewing: The course permits unlimited access to all course materials for 18 months from purchase. And you have the option of viewing the recorded lectures in any order and as many times as you wish.
Lecture Viewing Options: You can choose the full viewing option (that displays the lecture slides synchronized to the video of the speaker) or the streaming audio only option that provides you the flexibility to listen at your convenience while driving or exercising.
Detailed Printed Syllabus: The large course syllabus is included with every live and online course. It includes all the course lecture material, including lecture images, presented in a highly organized format. This way it’s easy to follow along with lectures and take notes, and can also be used independently of the lectures as a high-yield written resource.
Deep Question Bank: You can test your exam preparedness by answering the hundreds of board-style multiple-choice questions (MCQ) included with your course. Questions carefully follow the board content outline, so each one advances your mastery of exam content.
Realistic Test Environment: Your patients test you every day – but not in the same way the boards test you. Learn how to answer questions in the board exam format. It’s as close as you can get to the real exam!
Optimized for Learning: The MCQs include detailed, referenced explanations. That way you’re not just testing your knowledge – you’re learning the “how” and “why” behind every board-style question
Best of all, The Pass Machine Pediatric Critical Care Certification Exam Board Review is available right now. You can register online or by calling our offices which are open seven days a week. Once registered, you’ll be granted access to your online dashboard, and your printed syllabus with all lecture notes will be shipped the next business day. Your course dashboard, which you can access from any computer or mobile device, includes:
So, don’t waste another minute. The Pass Machine course really is a better way to learn. Please take a few moments to register now. Like the hundreds of pediatricians that use this course every year to pass their exam, you won't regret your decision.
Jack Krasuski, MD
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Dr. Cornell is the Co-chairman of the Committee on Pain and Sedation in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and also the Multidisciplinary Rounding Committee at University of Michigan Medical Center/C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, Ann Arbor, MI. He has written chapters in the books Pediatric Critical Care Medicine: Basic Science and Clinical Evidence, Pediatric Primary Care 5th ed., and Comprehensive Pediatric Hospitalist Medicine.
Dr. Dezfulian is funded by NINDS to study the role of nitrite and nitric oxide biology in brain post-cardiac arrest and has several basic, clinical, and translational studies ongoing, investigating the management of post-cardiac arrest survivors. He has published many research articles and abstracts, and is a reviewer for journals such as Intensive Care Medicine, Journal of Neurochemistry, and American Journal of Medicine.
Dr. Domnina is the Director of Quality Assurance and the Director of the Pediatric Recovery Program at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. She has written chapters in the Critical Care of Children with Heart Disease: Basic Medical and Surgical Concepts textbook.
Dr. Hasan is a reviewer for multiple journals including the Journal of the National Medical Association, The Laryngoscope, and Respiratory Care. He has published over 50 articles, abstracts, and papers and coauthored two textbooks: Pediatric Critical Care Review and A Pocket Guide to Mechanical Ventilation.
Dr. Patwari specializes in respiratory and autonomic disorders in pediatrics, with attention to cardio-respiratory monitoring and physiology. She has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles and authored chapters in pediatric, autonomic, and sleep medicine textbooks.
Dr. Pineda is a nationally renowned speaker and researcher on pediatric brain injuries. Many of the over 50 articles, chapters, and publications he has published are on pediatric traumatic brain injuries.
Dr. Pinto is the Faculty Director of the Resident Journal Club and the Pediatric Critical Care Monthly Morbidity and Mortality Conference at The University of Chicago. She is also a Clinical Mentor, a Research Advisor and Faculty Advisor in the Department of Pediatrics at The University of Chicago.
Dr. Shayevitz is an ad hoc reviewer for Anesthesiology, SHOCK, Free Radical Biology and Medicine, and Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management. He has written several book chapters, abstracts, and journal articles which include the Textbook of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and Anesthesia and Analgesia.
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 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 the live and enduring material formats for this educational activity for a maximum of 33 AMA PRA Category 1 credits™. 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.