Come see all that’s new at NeoPREP
Jan. 20-26 in Atlanta. The intensive review and update in neonatal-perinatal
medicine includes multiple learning
styles, categories of continuing medical
education credit and topic levels.
Updated lectures cover information
from the revised American Board of
Pediatrics content specifications. While
you’re there, earn extra Maintenance of
Certification (MOC) points. NeoPREP
now offers the opportunity to earn up
to 40 MOC Part 2 points.
Among the variety of session styles
are interactive case-based sessions that
include calculations and visual diagno-
sis, and engaging audience response ses-
sions. Two types of breakouts will please
all levels of learners. Enhance Core
Knowledge or go Beyond the Boards
to boost clinical decision-making skills.
Special daily bonus sessions are of-
• Exploring Ethical Dilemmas — Ge-
netic Testing and Care of Infants
with Congenital Anomalies;
• Discussion and Debate Regarding
Challenging Clinical Management
— Extremely Low Birth Weight;
• Visual Diagnosis — Neonatal Cu-
For those preparing for examinations,
the session American Board of Pediatrics
Optimizing Test Success helps explain
key components of questions, distracters
and qualifiers, and other tips.
Earn up to 51.25 AMA PRA Category 1 credits. Register by Dec. 20 to save
$150. Visit shop.aap.org/neoprep2018.
New year, new styles of learning at NeoPREP in Atlanta
Three free online modules from the
Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit (PEHSU) National Classroom focus on marijuana’s effects on
Learn what happens to neonates
when pregnant women use marijuana;
how to communicate effectively; how
many adolescents use marijuana and
how it affects their health; the risks of
marijuana exposure to pediatric patients; how to treat pediatric marijuana
intoxication; and what legislation can
help prevent childhood exposure.
Earn up to 1.0 AMA PRA Category
1 credit per course. Visit http://www.
Pre-order the 2018 PREP Hospital
Medicine. Available in January, the one-year subscription includes 30 questions
per quarter, 120 questions per year and
offers 26 MOC Part 2 points per year.
Content is based on the latest ev-idence-based literature and includes
practical case studies, references for further review and tips on recognizing a
range of inpatient cases. Order at http://