Introducing NEJM Knowledge+

Letter to Readers |
May 7, 2014

Introducing NEJM Knowledge+

  1. Jonathan Adler, MD, Clinical Strategy Editor, NEJM Group

I am happy to announce that NEJM Group has launched NEJM Knowledge+ Internal Medicine Board Review. This new service is part of our continuing efforts to support your lifelong learning and help you meet the new maintenance of certification requirements. NEJM Knowledge+ incorporates the highest quality, peer-reviewed content and makes use of the very latest adaptive learning techniques and technologies proven to improve learning efficiency and knowledge retention. Future NEJM Knowledge+ products are planned to support clinicians such as physician assistants, family practitioners, and pediatricians.

Learn more about NEJM Knowledge+ and its unique adaptive features here.

Reader Comments (13)

West, Murray, M.D. Paris, Kentucky

Very interesting.

Sankar Sinha Physician, Surgery, General, Hobart

This is fantastic - my admiration for the NEJM has no limit.

PHILIP SHARP Physician, Infectious Disease, wound clinic

I don't need it for boards but I'm sure would be a good review.

gudi venkat reddy Physician, Pathology, privte

i want to improve my knowledge

Alfredo Torres MD Physician, Internal Medicine, River Hospital

Sounds interesting

lon davis MD Physician, Internal Medicine, morehead city nc office/hospital

always need more knowledge

Bernd Gansbacher MD Physician, Oncology, University

I want to see the adaprive learning techniques

james stewart MD FRCP(C) Physician, Anesthesiology, saudi arabia

appreciate CME from an internal medicine viewpoint

JUERGEN HOWER Physician, Pediatrics/Adolescent Medicine

I am very curious what it will be like and how much it can tribute to our problems in everyday care

Pandiyan *Natarajan Physician, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Chettinad Health City

looking forward to the programme

lizhang chen

free is better

GEORGE BARBER Physician, Anesthesiology, Clinic

Details? Cost?

Jose Maria Gomes Physician, Cardiology, Office


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