ACOEP’s Written Board Prep returns to our hometown of Chicago this winter, February 24th-28th. Led by top-notch faculty, this five-day course offers all the information and resources you need to ace your board exam.
“The course is designed to hit all the high-yield and moderate-yield topics from the AOBEM table of specificity and ABEM clinical model,” Written Board Prep Course Chair, Brian Acunto DO, EJD, FACOEP, said.
The revamped course is specifically created with the attendees in mind, breaking down topics into smaller lectures to keep attendees engaged.
“It’s designed to have depiction so that the high-yield information is literally at the top of your brain.”
From emergency medicine residents, to attendings, to advanced practice partners, Dr. Acunto is confident that physicians at any level will benefit from the course.
“The course is intimate and attendees have direct interaction with the faculty. This allows the attendees to focus on the subject at hand and take away the key points,” Acunto said. “Anyone looking to get a good review of emergency medicine knowledge base will not be disappointed.”
“Finding the time to sit down and go over essential material to refresh our brains is very hard to come by,” Acunto said.
Dr. Acunto understands that medical providers have limited time when it comes to studying and test prep. He currently is the director of Emergency Services for Atlanticare Regional Medical Center’s City Division in Atlantic City l, NJ, has served on ACOEP’s CME Committee for the last three years and has been the course chair of ACOEP’s Written Board Prep for the last two years. In addition, he recently received his executive juries doctorate from Concord Law School, Purdue University Global.
“ACOEP’s Written Board Prep allows one to decompress their schedule and sit down and dedicate time to review the essential material emergency medicine providers will need to be successful not only on the boards but in their careers.”
When asked about a piece of advice he’d give to anyone attending this year’s course, Dr. Acunto stressed the importance of self-care.
“Come for the review and don’t be afraid at the beginning or end of the day to take some time for your own well-being. Whether it’s exploring some of the city’s museums and theatres, or enjoying some of the fine restaurants Chicago has to offer, take care of yourself too!”
To learn more and to register for Written Board Prep, click here.