ETAS Releases Inaugural Edition of Internal Medicine In-Review Study Guide
NEW YORK, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Educational Testing and Assessment Systems (ETAS), the creators of a comprehensive exam prep resource for internal medicine residents, has developed and released the inaugural edition of the Internal Medicine In-Review Study Guide. The Study Guide, which is sectioned into a convenient three-module book set, concisely provides all the information needed to pass the Board exam.
Internal Medicine In-Review is a Board exam prep program, which debuted in April 2012 at the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine (APDIM) Spring Conference; in the past ten months, the program has gained significant momentum with a user base of over 4,900 healthcare professionals. Educational components include an interactive Q&A website and a web-based smartphone app, optimized for iPhone® and Android(TM) devices. The comprehensive Study Guide is the most recent addition to the Internal Medicine In-Review study system, which was published in November 2012 with distribution now underway.
The Study Guide covers the Board’s top-tested categories, and has been authored and edited by a team of over 20 veteran physician educators. For quick and convenient exam prep, the Study Guide has been divided into 17 in-depth Board-relevant chapters, and is formatted with clinical-pearl call-outs. In developing this inaugural edition, ETAS has collaborated with its esteemed faculty, and has worked in partnership with Castle Connolly Graduate Medical Publishing (CCGMP).
Through support from the makers of TYLENOL(®), Internal Medicine In-Review Study Guides are available free of charge for US-based IM residents and program directors. These guides provide essential information needed to prepare for exams in an engaging, interactive format. To request a print copy or download a PDF of the book set, healthcare professionals can register or log on to the Online Study System, accessible at: InReviewIM.com.
Educational Testing and Assessment Systems (ETAS), a product of SanovaWorks, produces high quality, Board-relevant exam prep study systems in multiple medical specialties, including the Internal Medicine In-Review multi-component study system.
Caroline Sophia Barrett
Senior Marketing Associate, SanovaLearning Lead