If you've been in practice for a while, it can be hard to remember everything that you need for boards and to keep your practice up to date. Plus, when you are working full time (or more!) it's almost impossible to find time to read and study on your own.
We talked with Dr. Chang about his annual study method to stay up to date on his CME and keep his knowledge in tip-top condition. Here's his secret.
Dr. Chang practices Internal Medicine with the VA Northern California Health Care System. He doesn’t have time throughout the year to study and read like he would like, so he makes sure to attend a review course each year to keep up with changing guidelines.
Dr. Chang on attending the MedStudy Review Course each year
He told us that he has attended review courses from other medical education resources, but keeps coming back to the MedStudy Review Course, because it helps him learn and remember more. He follows along with the Course syllabus while the expert speakers are lecturing.
And that's one of the things we hear most about our Review Course—the syllabus we create is top-notch. We make sure that our Review Course syllabus serves as the comprehensive resource for everything you learn at one of our Review Courses—it contains every single slide from the course, scaled for easy reading and printed in full color (500+ pages!).
He said that not only does he attend the courses to keep up with his medical knowledge, he also said that he attends each year to earn the CME credits he needs for maintaining his certification.
Dr. Chang on MedStudy's Review Course
If you've been in practice a while and need a refresher—or need to earn CME credits to maintain your certification—follow Dr. Chang's study method and attend a MedStudy Review Course!