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Internal Medicine

General ►

Internal Medicine Review Core Curriculum ►

Internal Medicine Board-Style
Q&As

Internal Medicine Core Scripts Flash Cards ►

Internal Medicine Immersive Review Course ►

Internal Medicine Accelerated Review Course ►

Video Board Review of Internal Medicine ►

Internal Medicine MOC Exam Review ►

Personal Trainer ►

How MedStudy Influenced Practice
in Internal Medicine ►

Customer Feedback on ABIM Boards ►

– Certification

   – Maintenance of Certification ►

   – Osteopathic boards ►

 

Pediatrics

General ►

Pediatrics Review Core Curriculum ►

Pediatrics Board-Style Q&As ►

Pediatrics Flash Cards ►

Pediatrics Comprehensive Review Course ►

Video Board Review of Pediatrics ►

Personal Trainer ►

How MedStudy Influenced Practice
in Pediatrics ►

Customer Feedback on ABP Boards ►

– Certification

– Maintenance of Certification ►

Feedback from Med-Peds Practitioners

Internal Medicine

General

“I used a combination of the books as well as subscription to the question bank to fill my knowledge gaps. I felt like these were valuable tools which really got me prepared. What a fantastic product. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the care taken to put together this material. When I got that “pass” notification in the email, I was so happy, and owe it in part to these study materials.”
—Blase Hennessy , MD

“This is my third certification and as frustrating as the process was, I only used MedStudy, and must credit you with my current and past successful passing.”
— Richard Hernandez, MD

 

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Internal Medicine Review Core Curriculum

[Recert]
“Loved the books. MKSAP is way too dense. Liked MedStudy’s highlighting and gray boxes—it made re-studying easy.
— Diane S Pine, MD

“Good overall review and a great general learning tool. Easiest to read, broad coverage, broke down sometimes complex topics in memorable ways, so the info could be more easily, mentally catalogued.”
—Elisha Yaghmai, MD

 

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Internal Medicine Board-Style Q&As

“The Q&As were a very good add-on to the Core because the questions were structured the way the Boards ask theirs.”
— Maria Ordinario. MD

“MedStudy Q&A Premium helped via the repetition of working through questions and the immediate feedback on strengths, weaknesses and progress.”
— Dana Keys-Frezzell, MD

 

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Internal Medicine Core Scripts Flash Cards

“Wonderful learning tool that I did not have to create. Easy to take and test yourself with a few minutes. On hand.”
—Kristen Scullin, MD

“I think the Core Scripts Flash Cards helped to gel all the information I obtained from the Core Curriculum into identifiable patterns. MedStudy’s Core Curriculum and Core Scripts Flash Cards were the most helpful resources I used to study for and pass the Boards.”

—Jessie Lee Copeland, Jr., MD

 

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Internal Medicine Immersive Review Course

“I was told by my program director that I had a high chance of not passing my boards due to poor inservice exam scores. I went to the MedStudy board review in Dallas. I really honed in on areas of weakness and went through the syllabus binder 3 times. I worked very hard, and thanks to MedStudy, I passed my boards!! It was such a great review! I felt very prepared for my test, and there were no ‘surprises.’ Everything I needed to know to pass was covered during the review course. I’m so thankful I attended this wonderful comprehensive review course. I highly recommend it!!!”
—Anna Fuller, DO

“The course helped me to navigate through more info than I would have been able to get through on my own in 9 days. I felt the course allowed me to get through a ton of info in a short time and the misappropriated questions were more challenging and made me review info that I otherwise might have ignored.”
— Latania Booker, MD

 

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Internal Medicine Accelerated Review Course

“Great speakers and excellent ability to point out the material most likely to appear the test.”
—Phil Velderman, MD

“It helped me to absorb related medical knowledge in concise manner. Medical knowledge is too broad for a busy internist to sort out and memorize the exam essentials. I will attend this course again in future. I think I will attend every three years to refresh my general medical knowledge. Thank you for your great service.”
—Mike Ro, MD

 

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Video Board Review of Internal Medicine

“I LOVED this product. Being able to review these lectures at my own pace was what helped me pass this test. It filled in the gaps my residency didn’t teach and also gave me a nice overview.”
—Darren Siedschlag, MD

“It was systematic and focused on high-yield things.”
—Mazen Abusamaan, MD

 

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Internal Medicine MOC Exam Review

“The online videos were able to distill all I needed to know to revise and sharpen my knowledge for the exam in less than 1 week. I had only a short time to focus on the exam and prepare and your online videos were invaluable for me. Thank you for your help in acing the boards again. Keep up the good work!”
—Anikphe Oyedeji, MD

“I found the videos very helpful in narrowing the focus for points to review before the test. I think it helped me more than any other materials. Thanks.”
—Marianne Kramer, MD

 

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Personal Trainer

“The coach helped with focus and preparation for the course.”
—Virginia F. Wright, MD

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How MedStudy Influenced Practice in Internal Medicine

The biostatistics memory aid with the sick cows was excellent. The explanation of hypoxia and PFTs was great. The categorization of various nephritides was also very well done. The heart tones tool was also very clear, and easily memorable.”
—Elisha Yaghmai, MD

“I felt the Nephrology and Pulmonary Core books and review courses helped me because I needed reviews on acid-base disorders and electrolyte problems, and the Pulmonary section explained how to approach blood gas problems and critical care issues in an easily understood way. I’ve used the ID section when figuring out which antibiotics to use in treating hospital patients with complicated infections. I also refer to the Hematology sections in working up anemias and thrombocytopenias.”
—Gail K. Farrar, MD

 

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Customer Feedback on ABIM Boards

Certification

Questions I missed were easy ones and specifically ones I changed from right to wrong. I know how much you emphasized not changing answers and I NEVER DO but for SOME REASON I DID ON THIS EXAM and I know this was the majority of what I missed. Thanks for emphasizing likelihood ratios, cataracts vs. glaucoma for night blindness, increasing synthroid before pregnancy, which meds increase risk of bleeding preop.”
—Kirsten Nieto, MD

“I wish I had focused more on the ‘big picture’ as I probably overstudied the details and the exam was much more clinically relevant and did not require much of the clinically insignificant details that I had memorized.”
—Joseph Stolp, DO

Maintenance of Certification

“Exam preparation takes time commitment, period! Anyone who does not pass was not properly prepared, either from procrastination or lack of basic knowledge. Anyone who reviews the Core Curriculum books two to three times will pass.”
—Jeannette Cho, MD

“I used MedStudy the first time I took the internal medicine board exam and passed, so MedStudy was my go-to resource for materials to pass the recertification board exam. I think the Core Curriculum is excellently written in a comprehensive but manageable way with a focus on current practice guidelines which are tested on in the recertification exam.”
—Richard Leigh-Pemberton, MD

Osteopathic boards

“I took the osteopathic recertification boards and was slightly nervous because there wasn’t much information from MedStudy from other DOs. It’s just as good for the osteopathic test!! Thank you, MedStudy!!”
—Erin Fish, DO

“I was told by my program director that I had a high chance of not passing my boards due to poor inservice exam scores. I went to the MedStudy board review in Dallas. I really honed in on areas of weakness and went through the syllabus binder 3 times. I worked very hard, and thanks to MedStudy, I passed my boards!!”
—Anna Fuller, DO

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Pediatrics

General

MedStudy helped me pass the boards with my limited time for preparation.”
Amudha Boopathi, MD

“I spent hundreds of hours doing PREP questions and was unsuccessful two years in a row. I put in a lot of time with MedStudy, and it was worth every second!”
—Christine Bong, MD, MPH

 

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Pediatrics Review Core Curriculum

“The Core Curriculum was easy to read and broken down into five nicely sized books that are easy to travel with. They contain a wealth of information that helped me prepare for the board exam.”
—Shamika Hudson, MD

I found the questions on each page useful as it ensured I was actually getting what I was reading and not tuning out for several pages.”
—Kelly Nation, MD

 

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Pediatrics Board-Style Q&As

I thought they were the most like the actual test out of all the question banks I used.”
—Geoffrey Rulong, MD

The online questions were dead-on and, for me, probably the most valuable resource.”
—Patrick F. Randolph, MD, MS

 

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Pediatrics Flash Cards

“Excellent portable tool. I would carry a subject around in my purse and pull them out during any spare time I had. I got a lot of endocrinology in while waiting for an oil change!
—Marisa Quattrone, MD

The flashcards helped make a seemingly overwhelming amount of information manageable. They especially helped in the topics I start to drown in (cardiology, endocrine, and neurology). The flashcards gave me focus. The flashcards helped solidify the information I studied in the Core books.”
—Jennifer Quinlan, DO

 

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Pediatrics Comprehensive Review Course

The live course was the game-changer for me. Having someone show and teach the things that I needed to know, plus having the outline of notes to go from was amazing, and helped me feel as though I actually ‘GOT’ it. It was everything that you needed to know, taught to you, and the notes given, so that afterwards you knew what you needed to study.”
— Annalee Paul, MD

It removed me from everyday life and everyday pediatrics practice and forced me to focus (without family and professional pop-up distractions) in a very efficient and concentrated way.”
—J. Colton Bradshaw, MD, FAAP

 

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Video Board Review of Pediatrics

Being able to stop, rewind, and repeat sticky material is always a good thing.”
—Patrick F. Randolph, M.D., M.S.

“I found that the speakers on the videos were great about emphasizing high yield topics. I also really enjoyed the format of the syllabus included with the videos, and I made notes as I watched the videos so I could go back and study the syllabus later.”
Jessica Wallenmeyer, MD

 

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Personal Trainer

I just got my pediatrics board results and I passed! Thank you for the help and guidance, especially with Personal Trainer. The assistance in keeping me on schedule really helped as the date of the exam approached. Continue the good work!”
—Sherryl Gordon, MD

“The Personal Trainer emails from Dr. Hannaman helped tremendously with organizing the overwhelming number of topics to cover. I found the timeline to be perfect for me.”
—Ronald Coleman, Jr., DO

 

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How MedStudy Influenced Practice in Pediatrics

Much of what I learned of preventative Peds came in handy in the clinic. I am a chief and precept residents, and I taught them a lot I hadn’t known before about neonatal acne vs. infantile acne, vaccine schedules and indications, development, etc.”
—Meggan Horowitz, DO

“Recognition of skin disorders in the early newborn period and educating nursing staff. Infectious disease processes and routine pediatric preventative care….the list goes on and on.”
—Carl Hangle, MD

 

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Customer Feedback on ABP Boards

Certification

“The more questions you can do, the more prepared you will be for the exam. The Peds board is notorious for being a tough exam and MedStudy is, hands down, the most thorough and reliable study tool.”
Jennifer Quinlan, DO

 

“I decided not to diddle around with the pediatrics exam, which is notorious for difficulty and lower pass rate. I went straight for a MedStudy-based strategy. I went into the exam feeling pretty well prepared (though believe me, until I got that result email a few weeks ago, my confidence was definitely shaken by the experience of taking the exam). I passed the famously ‘harder’ test (and it WAS harder) after taking it only ONCE!”
—Johann Torres, MD

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Maintenance of Certification

“I thought the MOC exam had a good balance of general pediatrics. Many of the questions were very easy. There were some crazy off the wall questions that frustrated me but I think they may have been experimental questions.”
—Eileen Neff, MD

“Awesome! MedStudy completely prepared me for the Pediatrics recertification exam.”
—William R. Utley, M.D.

 

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Feedback from Med-Peds Practitioners

“MedStudy products were the only things I used, and I found them all useful. I used MedStudy for internal medicine as well and found them a great help. Would never use anything else! They have everything you need in very user-friendly formats.”
—Hannah Shelby-Kennedy, MD

“I used MedStudy 10 years ago in preparing for the internal medicine boards. This time I used it to prepare for Peds recertification and was VERY pleased. Thankfully, the Peds recertification exam is more geared toward everyday clinical practice, so there was not as much of the rare diseases on my recertification exam, although there were 1–2 cases. Thanks so much, MedStudy. I passed without any difficulty and made a very high score; but even more than that, during my several months of review, there were changes in practice that had occurred in the past 10 years which I was able to adapt to my practice.”
—Jori L. Shaffer, MD

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