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Pediatrics in Review

Pediatrics in Review About Pediatrics in Review

Pediatrics in Review is a highly acclaimed monthly continuing medical education (CME) journal, complete with review articles and special features such as:

  • Back to Basics: Revisits basic science learned in medical school
  • Consultation with the Specialist: Offers a specialist's perspective on a variety of pediatric topics
  • What's New: Provides information on new developments in pediatric medicine
  • Index of Suspicion: Tests diagnostic skills with cases that present in a suspicious manner

New minimum performance level requirements:
Per the 2010 revision of the American Medical Association (AMA) Physician's Recognition Award (PRA) and credit system, a minimum performance level must be established on enduring material and journal-based CME activities that are certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. In order to successfully complete 2012 Pediatrics in Review articles for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™, learners must demonstrate a minimum performance level of 60% or higher on this assessment, which measures achievement of the educational purpose and/or objectives of this activity.

Starting with 2012 Pediatrics in Review, AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ can be claimed only if 60% or more of the questions are answered correctly. If you score less than 60% on the assessment, you will be given additional opportunities to answer questions until an overall 60% or greater score is achieved.

No product-specific advertising of any type, or links to product web sites, appear in this educational activity.

ALLIED HEALTH: To obtain a certificate of course completion for any article, please e-mail: alliedhealth{at}aap.org.



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