American Physician Institute Board Review
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Intended Audience: Geriatric Psychiatrists
Upon completion of this program, participants should be able to conduct, discuss, and describe:
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essentials and Standards of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of Peerpoint Medical Education Institute and American Physician Institute for Advanced Professional Studies, LLC. Peerpoint Medical Education Institute is accredited by the ACCME to sponsor continuing medical education for physicians.
Online Course v5.1, Original Release Date December 30, 2017, Termination Date December 30, 2020:
The PeerPoint Medical Education Institute designates this enduring material for a maximum of 31.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
LASER-FOCUSED LECTURES: These Beat The Boards! Geriatric Psychiatry board review courses are comprised of hundreds of short, easily-digestible lecture modules, each of which reflects exam topics mapped to the ABPN®Geriatric Psychiatry Certification and Geriatric Psychiatry MOC board exam blueprints. The modules are organized into lectures covering all related exam “keywords”; thus, you effectively review every required exam topic and nothing else, acquiring increased mastery of the material in less time.
THE “QBL” METHOD: To ensure pinpoint exam relevancy, lectures use a method called “Question-Based Learning.” Lectures are constructed from a series of board-style multiple-choice questions (MCQs), each coupled to a mini-lecture on that question’s topic.
BOARD-EXPERIENCED FACULTY: Lectures are presented by faculty experienced in teaching for board exam preparation. The two levels of medical editing ensure every lecture is up-to-date, medically accurate and 100% board-relevant. The certification and MOC courses share the same tried and true faculty.
GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY STUDY GUIDE: This course companion makes it easy to follow along with lectures, take notes, and study offline. The PDF includes the complete course syllabus, with all referenced slides, photos, illustrations, and infographics.
Dementia/Major Neurocognitive Disorders: Assessment, Diagnosis & Management (1.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD Dementia/Major Neurocognitive Disorders: Review of Specific Etiologies (2 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD Delirium (1.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD
Depressive Disorders in Later Life (1.75 Hours) James Ellison, MD Bipolar & Related Disorders (1 Hour) Brent Forester, MD
Sleep-Wake Disorders (1.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD Psychotic Disorders (1 Hour) Brent Forester, MD Substance-Related Disorders (1 Hour) James Ellison, MD Anxiety Disorders (1.25 Hours) Brent Forester, MD Obsessive-Compulsive & Related Disorders (1 Hour) Jack Krasuski, MD Age-Related Sexual Changes, Sexual Dysfunction, & Paraphilic Disorders (1.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD Trauma & Stressor-Related Disorders (0.75 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD Personality Disorders I (0.75 Hours) James Ellison, MD Personality Disorders II (0.75 Hours) James Ellison, MD Other Psychiatric Disorders (1.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD
Diagnostic Assessments: Neuropsychological Testing & Neuroimaging (1 Hour) Jack Krasuski, MD
Medical Aspects of Geriatric Psychiatry (1.25 Hours) James Ellison, MD Care of Patients with Neurological Diseases: Movement Disorders & Stroke (1.75 Hours) Hrayr Attarian, MD Care of Patients with Neurological Diseases: Seizures, Headaches, Malignancies & Coma (1.75 Hours) Hrayr Attarian, MD Cortical Syndromes (1.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD
Neuroscience & Neuroanatomy Part I (2 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD Neuroscience & Neuroanatomy Part II (1.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD Neuroscience & Neuroanatomy Part III (0.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD
Clinical Aspects of Aging (2.5 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD Geriatric Psychopharmacology (1.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD
Forensics, Ethics, & Practice Issues (1.25 Hours) Jack Krasuski, MD