This program is a three-day, concentrated, “smart study” approach to give you what you need to pass the PANCE/PANRE. We have revolutionized CME, so we are proud to offer you our “We’ve got your back” Guarantee.
There are a number of board review programs that claim to be “comprehensive;” these conferences are typically four or five, full-day conferences. If you need a full review of medicine, these programs are valuable. There are also a number of PA board review study guides that provide a comprehensive study approach and material. For some, this is the right approach.
Then there are conferences for those that need “the edge.” By “the edge” we mean the study tips and tactics to understand the most amount of material in the shortest period of time. Passing the boards is a “social system” of learning, it’s a game. This means if you get the right answers at the right time for the right questions, you pass. This is different from real learning, which is a “natural system” of learning. Our system of learning is “smart learning,” teaching you to get the most information in the shortest period of time without cramming. At CME4LIFE, we maximize your mind and help you win the game!
Our three-day program utilizes the Audience Response System. You will asked board review questions during the lectures and then at four different times throughout the conference, you will provide your answers by a control in your hands. You will then receive anonymous feedback about your understanding of board questions and key concepts, which will aid in learning. This is the future of learning! You will learn faster and retain the information longer by being an active learner!
If you attend our conference and fail your boards, that means we’ve failed you. We are absolutely committed to helping you obtain your goal! That being said, if you attend our program and fail your board exam, we promise you this:
This program has been reviewed and is approved for a maximum of 30.00 hours of AAPA Category 1 CME credit by the Physician Assistant Review Panel.
Physician assistants should claim only those hours actually spent participating in the CME activity.
This program was planned in accordance with AAPA’s CME Standards for Live Programs and for Commercial Support of Live Programs.