2021 PREP The Curriculum
PREP The Curriculum is a comprehensive general pediatrics review package written by experts and trusted by thousands of pediatricians for over 40 years. This package brings together 2 of the most popular subscription products and provides practical, clinical content in the form of case-based questions, critiques, and journal articles, giving you a comprehensive approach to learning.
A subscription to PREP The Curriculum, online only, includes:
Online access to 240 PREP Self-Assessment questions & critiques
12 monthly issues of Pediatrics in Review (online only access)
MOC & CME Credit
Featuring online tools designed to enhance and optimize your learning experience including
Confidence ratings allows you to create reports by confidence category or by one of the 36 major specialties
PREP Pearls summarize key practice points and reduce your final review time. You can use this as a review tool prior to exam or for concentrated areas of study.
Text alerts- get questions delivered to your phone or inbox on the schedule you choose (eg, daily, weekly)
Practice test gives access to bonus MOCA-Peds content
MOCA-Peds content dashboard points to content that is relevant to the American Board of Pediatrics MOCA-Peds objectives.
Practice test module that gives access to bonus MOCA-Peds content and allows you to customize the allocated time per question.
Content search with robust topic search and bookmarking allowing you to quickly find the topics you need to refer back.
Email and Text message alerts deliver content to your phone or inbox on the schedule you choose, daily, weekly or monthly.
Pediatrics in Review includes teaching slides by authors as a teaching aid for review articles
Pediatrics in Review includes Index of Suspicion and Visual Diagnosis case presentations
Pediatrics in Review includes online CME quizzes
MOC points transfer to the ABP on completion
Self-Assessment topics include:
Evaluating dietary needs in children with chronic kidney disease
Taking appropriate steps when neonatal screening results are positive
Diagnosing and managing a patient with acute flaccid myelitis
Evaluating a child after a syncopal event