Know Your Guidelines – What Kind of Pneumonia?

Kelly SeagravesEmergency Medicine, Guideline Knowledge Check, Medical News

Emergency Medicine Guidelines, Med-Challenger, Andrea Eberly, Ventricular Fibrillation

Stay in step with current national guidelines with Med-Challenger Guideline Knowledge Checks. Today’s Guideline Knowledge Check question comes from the desk of Med-Challenger Emergency Medicine Editor-in-Chief, Andrea Eberly, MD, FAAEM. Try this review question and find out if you’re following the most current guideline. A 78-year-old resident of a nursing home was discharged from the hospital after a brief admission … Read More

Board Review Questions of the Week – Pediculosis Capitis Infection

Adam WandermanPediatric Medicine Question of the Week, Personal Education, Question of the Week

Med-Challenger, Question of the Week, Free Board Review Question, Pediculosis Capitis Infection

A 5-year-old girl has been scratching her scalp and complaining of severe itching. She is otherwise healthy, has had no major medical problems, and has no allergies. She is currently an only child, but her mother is pregnant. The girl just started kindergarten 6 weeks ago. The child’s mother also has had an itchy scalp for the past several days, … Read More

Med-Challenger ENP Education Case Study: Drexel University ENP Program

Med-ChallengerGroup Education & Training, Nurse Practitioner

Drexel University ENP Program Case Study

This ENP education case study outlines how emergency nurse practitioner ENP programs can ultimately improve ENP training efficiency and performance outcomes with the adoption of online group knowledge assessment and performance tracking tools. With the 2017 accreditation by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) of the Emergency Nurse Practitioner – Certified (ENP-C) designation, ENP’s became one of the now … Read More

Board Review Questions of the Week – Polyhydramnios

Adam WandermanOBGYN Question of the Week, Personal Education, Question of the Week

A 32-year-old primigravida woman presents to you for prenatal care. She is 28 weeks pregnant. You measure her fundal height and note it to be 32 cm. You perform bedside sonography. She has a normal-sized fetus with a maximum vertical pocket of 10 cm. Her laboratory values have thus far been normal, as were the results of an anatomy scan. … Read More

Top Medical Education Conferences – December 2018

Kelly SeagravesCompany News

Med-Challenger, Live Board Review, Live Board Review December, December Medical Conference, Board Review Conference, Med-Challenger Conference, Medical Education Conference, Conference Schedule, CME Conference

Here you’ll find a list of the top December 2018 medical education conferences Med-Challenger will be attending including event dates, locations, event website links, and the booth number where our representatives will be, respectively. If you’re attending any of the conferences below, be sure to stop by and say hi. We’d love to answer any questions or provide a custom … Read More

How to Ace Your Clinical Residency Interview

Med-ChallengerGroup Education & Training

How to Ace Your Clinical Residency Interview, Clinical Residency Interview, Clinical Residency, Physician Residency, Med-Challenger

Medical students starting their final year will begin the interview process to find a residency. Here are a few tips that will help you ace those interviews. If your interview invites have started rolling in and you are feeling intimidated by the thought, follow these tips to land your first choice of clinical residency. Be prompt with your responses to … Read More

Med-Challenger Content Updates – November 2018

Kelly SeagravesGroup Education & Training, Personal Education

Med-Challenger, November 2018 Medical Education Content Updates, Med-Challenger Updates, Board Review, Medical Education

Take a look at all the clinical education content updates Med-Challenger completed in November of 2018. Med-Challenger’s team of practicing physician educators and medical editors review and update product content daily to ensure we provide the most up-to-date information and review questions in all products at all times. Updates are typically specialty-specific and are applied seamlessly to live course content … Read More

Know Your Guidelines – Cervical Cancer Screening

Kelly SeagravesGuideline Knowledge Check, Internal Medicine, Medical News

Internal Medicine Guidelines, Internal Medicine Guidelines Knowledge Check, Paul Griner, Med-Challenger, Dr. Paul Griner, Online Medical Education, Internal Medicine

Stay in step with current national guidelines with Med-Challenger Guideline Knowledge Checks. Today’s Guideline Knowledge Check question comes from the desk of Med-Challenger Internal Medicine Editor-in-Chief, Paul F. Griner, MD, MACP. Have the recommendations for cervical cancer screening recently changed? Yes or No? Try this review question and find out if you’re following the most current guideline. The former (2012) … Read More

Bedside Diagnostic Challenge – 44-year-old woman with unsteady gait

Kelly SeagravesBedside Diagnostic Challenge, Medical News

Med-Challenger, Paul F. Griner, Paul Griner, Dr. Paul Griner, Bedside Diagnostic Challenger, Bedside Diagnostic Skills, Internal Medicine, Medical Blog, Medical News

Today’s Bedside Diagnostic Challenge question comes from the desk of Med-Challenger Internal Medicine Editor-in-Chief, Paul F. Griner, MD, MACP. Test your bedside diagnostic skills with this review question. A 44-year- old woman presents to the emergency department of her local hospital with a complaint of an unsteady gait for the past 4 weeks. The unsteadiness began as a slight stumbling … Read More

Board Review Questions of the Week – Otologic Disorders

Adam WandermanFM Question of the Week, Personal Education, Question of the Week

Med-Challenger, Free Board Review Questions, Question of the Week, Family Medicine, Family Medicine Board Review, Otologic Disorders, Wallenberg syndrome, EENT, vertigo, Otology

A 48-year-old woman presents to you complaining of persistent vertigo, nausea, vomiting, and nystagmus for the past 10 days but she has not noticed any hearing loss. Examination of her ear shows no pathology, and her Rinne and Weber hearing test results are normal. Neurologic examination reveals horizontal nystagmus that persists despite gaze fixation. What is her most likely diagnosis? … Read More