Dear Expert Physician Assistant,
As a practicing PA, you have made the commendable career choice to help and serve others in your community. As a licensed professional you have a very real commitment to continue your medical education and training throughout your career as a practicing physician assistant or advanced practitioner.
Your expertise and courage have been tested in the front lines, but…
You have 12 months or less to get all your CME credits, and you’re a little stressed.
Attending conferences can be expensive, inconvenient, and just not what you want to be dealing with right now.
You need a proven, reliable method to cover all your AAPA CME requirements, a program that you can complete at your convenience, that will improve your knowledge and skills as a clinician, and without having to disrupt your busy professional or personal life!
We understand your dilemma…
A Unique Systems-Based Clinical Review Created
by One of the Leading Physician Assistant Programs in the U.S.
Earn up to 117.5 Hours of AAPA Category 1 CME credits!
Sponsored by Emory University School of Medicine
Accredited by the American Academy of Physician Assistants
Chances are you have heard about Emory University’s live clinical-based review course held every fall in Atlanta, GA. The program serves the dual purpose of helping PAs and NPs earn their CME/CE credits and, when needed, prepare for the PANCE/PANRE or advanced practice nursing certification. Emory’s program, now in its 31st year stands out because of the comprehensive coverage it provides of all body systems, and delivered by leading faculty in an efficient didactic format.
The good news is that you don’t have to travel to Atlanta to benefit from this highly respected clinical review. Working with Exam Master, Emory is now making their clinical review program available nationwide as a convenient, “at-home” study course. Now you can draw from the resources of a major university with a top PA program to help you meet your AAPA Category I CME requirements.
Emory University School of Medicine, in partnership with Exam Master, developed a system that helps you save time by providing all of your legally required Category 1 CME credits in one complete program, available at your own pace, time and place. This comprehensive resource consists of 48 hours of lectures and supplemental materials to refresh the learner's knowledge on a wide range of core medical problems and content.
A leading health science educational company with 28 years of experience developing test, study and review resources for graduate health professions education and advanced practitioners including physician assistants.
A leading provider of online testing systems and digital PANCE review materials to PA programs throughout the U.S.
Publisher of the PA-CAT physician assistant admissions exam.
Publisher of the PA school readiness program for incoming PA students.
One of the first educational technology companies to develop a true electronic online exam delivery system.
Atlanta's first medical college, Emory University School of Medicine is one of the foremost private facilities for medical education in the Southeast.
The School of Medicine’s Physician Assistant program is one of the highest ranked PA programs in the nation.
Emory has earned its reputation by creating an educational environment where students acquire and apply patient-oriented clinical knowledge in a way that promotes an understanding of human needs and ethical issues.
Graduates are prepared to practice evidence-based primary care and preventive medicine and engage in lifelong learning.
Emory has 31 years of experience in producing and refining its clinical review program.
✔ An interesting, flexible and efficient method of earning your CME credits without neglecting your other responsibilities to work, family, home and to yourself!
✔ How to save dozens of hours of time by not having to attend seminars and workshops.
✔ How to get very high quality CME that actually helps you be a better-informed practitioner.
✔ How to stay confident and focused as a practicing physician assistant by keeping your clinical knowledge updated with one of the most highly respected CME resources available.
PROGRAM FEATURES AND CONTENT
For years Exam Master and Emory have collaborated to offer one of the best clinical reviews and CME/CE programs available anywhere.
It’s a gratifying experience to help busy Physician Assistants like you earn your CME credits on your own terms.
Emory University and Exam Master take this responsibility very seriously.
Let’s work together to help you support your professional development while also saving you a considerable amount of time and energy!
Q: How many CME credits does the program offer?
A: A practicing PA may claim up to 117.5 hours of AAPA Category I CME. Requires completion of a 100 question CME exam.
Q: Must I view all of the videos to earn CME credit?
A: Yes, the activity is structured for the participant to review all of the content prior to taking the capstone CME exam in order to earn their credit. Review of all of the material also ensures deeper learning of the integrated concepts.
Q: Does completion of this program satisfy my state CE requirements?
A: Possibly. Many state licensing boards do accept AAPA/NCCPA CME activities as a substitute for other state-authorized CME activities. Participation in this program may satisfy some or all of your state’s CME requirements, so it is important to check with your licensing jurisdiction.
Q: What is the difference between Category I CME and Category I Self-Assessment CME?
A: Both types of CME count toward your bi-annual 50 hour Category I requirement. The Emory Review features a self-assessment (tests and quizzes) component which enables the participant to earn up to 117.5 hours of Category I Self-Assessment CME.
Q: Can this program be used by advanced practice nurses?
A: Yes, this program is quite suitable for advanced practice providers of many types including NPs. This program is eligible for reciprocal ANCC and AANP CE credit with certain limitations or requirements. Check with your certifying authority for specific guidance.
Q: When does my access begin?
A: Your one-year access begins from the date you first log on to the system.