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Brain Injury Medicine Subspecialty Exam Prep
Description

Member Fee: $450.00
Non-Member Fee: $550.00
Resident Fee: $225.00

Original Release Date: April 2014
CME Review: May 2020
New CME Expiration Date: May 30, 2023

NOTE: The Academy will not issue any refunds or exchanges for products purchased online. Please review the entire product description prior to purchase.

This online resource will assist physicians preparing to take the ABPMR brain injury medicine (BIM) subspecialty examination by featuring:

  • A comprehensive question bank with 265 questions, feedback with explanation, and references.
  • A review course composed of 5 case study presentations narrated by experts in the field.
*The Brain Injury Medicine Subspecialty Exam Prep is not endorsed by ABPMR nor was ABPMR involved in the creation of this study resource tools.

NOTE: CME credit is only available for the review course component of this enduring material and not the question bank.

The question bank is designed to be a self-directed study tool composed of 10 different topic sections and does not need to be completed in sequential order. You have the option to select topics according to your interest by clicking on the topic title or you can advance through each topic in the pre-arranged order. There will be no overall score for completing all 10 topic sections; each section will be scored separately. To receive a score for a topic, you must answer all of the questions in that section. You may take as much time as you wish to complete a topic and retake it multiple times. Answers along with commentary and references are available.
The review course is composed of 5 case study presentations with detailed narration from experts in the field. You may take as much time as you wish to review the information presented.

You will be required to take a post-test. A minimum passing score of 70% is required to claim CME for the review course component. You will have unlimited attempts to achieve a passing score. After you pass the post-test you will be taken to a screen with a PDF containing the correct answer, commentary, and/or references for each question.

Accreditation Statement
AAPM&R is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

CME Credit Designation
AAPM&R designates this enduring material for a maximum of 2.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Individuals in control of activity content:

Principal Faculty:
Anne-Felicia Ambrose, MD, MS; Allen W. Brown, MD; Scott Campea, MD; Kristin A. Gustafson, DO; Troy Henning, DO; Lawrence J. Horn, MD, MRM; Brian S. Im, MD; Robert W. Irwin, MD; Cindy B. Ivanhoe, MD; Neil N. Jasey, Jr., MD; Brian Kelly, DO; Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD; Jill R. Meilahn, DO; Armando S. Miciano, MD; Atul T. Patel, MD, MHSA; Amy H. Phelan, MD, DVM; Vishwa S. Raj, MD

Reviewer:
Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD

Planners:
Medical Education Committee
Michelle S. Gittler, MD, Chair
James W. Atchison, DO
John C. Cianca, MD
Mark E. Huang, MD
Alexis Iaccarino, MD
David J. Kennedy, MD
Andre Panagos, MD
Atul T. Patel, MD, MHSA
Amy Phelan, MD, DVM
Kerrie M. Reed, MD
Keith M. Robinson, MD
Brian W. Toedebusch, MD
Curtis L. Whitehair, MD

Beth Sartore, Staff Liaison

Financial Disclosures
As a provider accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), AAPM&R must ensure balance, independence, objectivity, and scientific rigor in all of its sponsored educational activities. In accordance with the ACCME’s Standards for Commercial Support, AAPM&R is required to disclose to the activity audience the relevant financial relationships of the planners, faculty and any other individual in a position to control content of this activity.

Please find the relevant financial relationships disclosed below for all individuals in control of content. All conflicts of interest have been resolved in accordance with ACCME Standards for Commercial Support.

  • Michelle S. Gittler, MD received remuneration as a consultant for SRA’s Program and Peer Review Management Information System (P2RMIS).
  • James W. Atchison, DO participated on an advisory board for Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals.
  • John C. Cianca, MD is on the Speaker’s Bureau for Advanced Health Education Center; and has ownership or partnership with Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Consultants, LLC.
  • Steve Flanagan, MD participated on a medical advisory panel for Avanir Pharmaceuticals; and received royalties from Springer Publishing.
  • Mark E. Huang, MD has a Non-remunerative Positions of Influence at Cerner Corporation; and received honorarium from the NU School of Physical Therapy.
  • Atul Patel, MD is on the Speakers Bureau for Allergan and has a non-remunerative position of influence with the AAOS Guideline Committee.
  • Keith M. Robinson, MD receives consulting remuneration from AAPM&R.
  • Curtis L. Whitehair, MD received remuneration to develop faculty development course for Harvard Macy Institute.
  • Lawrence J. Horn, MD, MRM is on the Speakers Bureau for Allergan.
  • Cindy B. Ivanhoe, MD is on the advisory board for Medtronic and Merz; and on the Speakers Bureau for Allergan, Medtronic and Merz.
  • Neil N. Jasey, Jr., MD is a consultant for Merz; and has received honorarium from NYU, Grant Medical Center, and NUMC.
  • Jill R. Meilahn, DO received remuneration for consulting/advisory/other from Allergan.
Planners, faculty and any other individuals in control of content not listed have indicated that they have no relevant financial relationships to disclose for this activity.
Clinical Presentations Instructions

To complete the clinical presentations section of this activity and claim credit, you must view all the presentations, and complete a post-test and activity evaluation. The post- test has 5 questions. In order to claim CME, you must achieve a minimum passing score of 70% for the post-test and complete the activity evaluation.

In order for the presentations to be considered completed, you must click on the Mark as Viewed button.

Erratum: August 4, 2014

On slide 32 of the Disorders of Consciousness BIM case, Dr. Lawrence Horn states “The vegetative state is considered permanent at 6 months for non-traumatic brain injury.” This statement is based on the consensus opinion of the Royal College of Physicians in the United Kingdom. However, the interval most commonly recognized in the United States is that of the American Academy of Neurology's Multi-Society Task Force on Persistent Vegetative State (PVS) which considers vegetative state to be permanent at 3 months for non-traumatic brain injury.

Reference: Giacino J, Katz D, Garber K, Schiff N. Assessment and Rehabilitative Management of Individuals with Disorders of Consciousness. In: Brain Injury Medicine: Principles and Practice. Zasler N, Katz D, Zafonte R (eds) second edition. Demos, NY NY. 2013. P.529.

Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Available May 08, 2020 to May 30, 2023
Cost: Member: $450.00
Non-Member: $550.00
Resident Member: $225.00
Resident Non-Member: $225.00
Credit Offered: 2.5 CME Credits
Contains: 16 Courses
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