Our ABIM Internal Medicine Review Course has been conducted at various academic centers and internal medicine residency programs over the last 10 years including the following:
-University of Connecticut Program
-University of Pennsylvania / Pennsylvania Hospital Program
-University of Buffalo Program
-Albert Einstein Coll. of Med./ Beth Israel Program
-University of Baltimore
-The Marvin Center – George Washington University
-Western Pennsylvania University / Allegheny General
-Pinnacle Health Hospital Program
Read what our students have to say about our internal medicine review course:
Fantastic course! Simply the best.
Resident representative, New York Presbyterian Hospital (Columbia Campus), Washington, DC
Very interactive. A superb way of learning medicine.
Resident representative, Johns Hopkins Univ/Bayview Medical Center Program, Baltimore, MD
Buzz words were great. Highly focused and to the point!
Chief resident, University of Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA
Our whole third-year class appeared in the course and every one passed.
Resident, University of Connecticut, Farmington, CT.
I attended the course and then we invited the tutor to conduct the course at our program.
Chief resident, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
Locations and set-up was great. Slides and information was very comprehensive. Loved it
Resident, Albert Einstein COM, Montefiore Program, Bronx, NY
Very well organized course and at an excellent location.
Resident, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio
Faculty very open for suggestions and discussing controversial topics. Very intense, but an excellent course.
Resident representative, Pinnacle Health Hospital, Harrisburgh, PA
The key points and buzz words in reference with case based questions were unique. The images and slides made every aspect of the discussion clear and understandable.
Chief resident, Yale University Internal Medicine Program, Connecticut
Concise and focused review. I would recommend this course to anyone.
Resident representative, Albert Einstein Coll. of Medicine-Jacobi Medical Center, NY
I enjoyed the case based questions and visual aids for clear understanding of the subject.
Resident, Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, Arizona
The course improved my confidence as it provides a step-by-step approach to differential diagnosis and management of diseases.
Resident representative, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Program, Boston, MA
Fill-in-the blanks and images with discussion of key points made this course great!
Resident, Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio
I have asked my whole class of residents to participate in this course.
Chief resident, Staten Island University Staten Island, NY
The course summaries are the best. It’s all what we need to know to prepare for the board. The images-based discussion was unique.
Resident, Hartford Hospital, Hartford, CT
This course not only helped me pass the ABIM exam, but also made me a better practicing physician.
Resident representative, Abington Memorial Hospital, PA
Very organized course. Fill in the blanks were helpful to keep us engaged. Visual aids and differential diagnosis based discussion was unique.
Chief resident, William Beaumont Hospital/ Wayne State University, Royal Oak, MI
The notes were very helpful. I was able to review the whole course easily before examination.
Resident, Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Baltimore, MD
Very focused and concise but comprehensive review. Liked the questions and answers.
Chief resident, Memorial Hospital/Brown University Program, Rhode Island, NY
I have recommended this course to many colleagues and friends in training.
Resident representative, Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, CT
Every aspect of the course was great, location, handouts and price. Highly recommended.
Chief resident, UPMC Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA
Our whole class enjoyed it. Course material was very good and the details with images were execellent.
Chief resident, Richmond university medical center, Staten Island, NY
This is how one can learn medicine with images next to questions, with charts, tables, buzzwords and to-the-pont material. I want to recommend this course to all of my colleagues.
Resident representative, Washington Hospital Center/Georgetown University, Washington, DC