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AAFP Family Medicine Board Review Self-Study Package – 14th Edition

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AMERICAN ACADEMY OF FAMILY PHYSICANS

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Own Your Learning Experience

Meet your learning style and your schedule. The AAFP’s family medicine board review self-study package is a comprehensive review allowing you to customize features and benefits to your individual needs.

• Short 30-45 minutes video presentations on topics that mirror the ABFM exam blueprint

• 175+ case studies to hone analysis and decision-making skills

• 500+ board-style questions to sharpen your test-taking skills

• Syllabus with slide presentations and detailed disease state photos, charts, and tables

CHECK SAMPLES

1. Introduction (1)

• Guide for Exam Preparation by David G. Weismiller, MD

2. Cardiology (5)

• ACS & Hyperlipidemia

• Heart Failure

• Hypertension

• Managing Dysrhythmias

• Peripheral Vascular Disease

3. Community Medicine (2)

• Epidemiology by David G. Weismiller, MD

• Health Promotion and Prevention by David G. Weismiller, MD

4. Dermatology (1)

• Managing Common Cutaneous Problems

5. Emergency and Urgent Care (2)

• Emergency Medicine, Part 1 by Robert J Dachs, MD

• Emergency Medicine, Part 2 by Robert J Dachs, MD

6. Endocrinology (3)

• Diabetes by Belinda A Vail, MD

• Endocrine Diseases by Benjamin P Gilmer, MD

• Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome by Belinda A Vail, MD

7. Gastroenterology (2)

• Review of the Diseases of the Lower GI Tract by David G. Weismiller, MD

• Review of the Diseases of the Upper GI Tract by David G. Weismiller, MD

8. Geriatrics (4)

• Acute and Chronic Cognitive Impairment by Russell Blackwelder, MD

• Common Issues in the Elderly, Part 1 by Russell Blackwelder, MD

• Common Issues in the Elderly, Part 2 by Russell Blackwelder, MD

• Unique Geriatric Pharmacologic Issues by Russell Blackwelder, MD

9. Hematology (1)

• Challenging Issues in Hematology by Teresa Holt, MD

10. Infectious Disease (2)

• Fever and Infectious Diseases in Children by Janalynn Beste, MD

• Sexually Transmitted Infections, Vaginitis, and Vaginosis by David G. Weismiller, MD

11. Nephrology (2)

• Renal Disease, Part 1: Acute Kidney Injury by Gary I Levine, MD

• Renal Disease, Part 2: Chronic Kidney Disease by Gary I Levine, MD

12. Neurology (2)

• Acute CVA and TIA by Robert J Dachs, MD

• Common Problems in Neurology by Teresa Holt, MD

13. Obstetrics and Gynecology (4)

• Abnormal Uterine Bleeding by David G. Weismiller, MD

• Maternity Care, Part 1 by David G. Weismiller, MD

• Maternity Care, Part 2 by David G. Weismiller, MD

• Selected Issues in Women’s Health by David G. Weismiller, MD

14. Orthopedics (4)

• Common Orthopedic Problems in Family Medicine by Joseph Garry, MD

• Pediatric Orthopedics: A Clinical Review by Joseph Garry, MD

• Fractures and Fracture Care in Family Medicine by Joseph Garry, MD

• Sports Medicine for the Family Physician by Joseph Garry, MD

15. Otolaryngology (1)

• Common ENT Problems by Teresa Holt, MD

16. Pain Management (1)

• Management of Chronic Pain by Gary I Levine, MD

17. Pediatrics (2)

• Common Newborn Issues by Janalynn Beste, MD

• Well-Child Care and Adolescent Health Issues by Janalynn Beste, MD

18. Psychiatry (3)

• Behavioral Medicine I: Major Depression in Adults and Special Populations by Stanley P Oakley Jr, MD

• Behavioral Medicine II: Bipolar and Anxiety Disorders by Stanley P Oakley Jr, MD

• Behavioral Medicine III: ADHD, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, OCD by Stanley P Oakley Jr, MD

19. Pulmonary Medicine (3)

• Adult Pulmonary Infections by Dana King, MD

• Asthma: Pediatric and Adult by Dana King, MD

• COPD, Lung Cancer, OSA, Sarcoidosis by Dana King, MD

20. Rheumatology (1)

• The Major Arthritides by Benjamin P Gilmer, MD

21. Surgery (2)

• Preoperative Examination and Surgical Management by Belinda A Vail, MD

• The Surgical Abdomen by Robert J Dachs, MD

22. Urology (1)

• Urologic Problems by Benjamin P Gilmer, MD

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will be able to:

• Demonstrate an understanding of common clinical problems seen in family medicine.

• Analyze your training needs on conditions or elements within specific body systems, as defined by the ABFM.

• Outline effective test-taking strategies to prepare for the ABFM exam.

Designation

• Date of Expire: August 20, 2023.

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