America's OB GYN Board Review Course provides high yield lectures and mock orals for the ABOG FPMRS subspecialty oral exam
  • America's OB GYN Board Review Course provides high yield lectures and mock orals for the ABOG FPMRS subspecialty oral exam

Faculty


Amos Adelowo
MD, MPH, FACOG


Krishna Das
MD, FACOG, FPM


Bernard Taylor
MD, FACOG


Roger Lefevre
MD, FACOG


Janelle Evans
MD, FACOG


Erinn Myers
MD, FACOG, FACS


Dara Shalom
MD, FACOG

This webinar is the first in the country designed specifically to help you prepare for and pass your FPMRS oral board exam.  The topics are taken directly from the ABOG/ACGME learning objectives and reviewed in weekly 1 hour sessions. Since half of your exam is structured cases, we sprinkle these throughout to let you immediately apply your new knowledge through a mock oral exam experience. The webinar begins the first week in January, 2019, and ends mid-March. In less than three months, we will cover the following topics: 

  • Pelvic Organ Prolapse
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Urinary tract symptoms: OAB, Nocturia, Voiding Dysfunction, Urinary Retention
  • Urinary tract disorders: Fistulae, Diverticula, Infections 
  • Anorectal Disorders: Defecatory Dysfunction, Fecal Incontinence
  • Pelvic Floor & Sexual Dysfunction
  • Study Design and Statistical Methods
  • Oral Examination Tips & Strategies

Attend live for one or all sessions, or learn on your own time by accessing the archives. As a special bonus, you’ll save $225 and also receive a FREE half hour private telephone mock oral exam when purchasing the entire series of 3 live webinars.  

FREE Trial webinar session available.  Send us your contact information and we'll send you a link to participate in one of our live sessions.

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Faculty


Amos Adelowo
MD, MPH, FACOG


Krishna Das
MD, FACOG, FPM


Bernard Taylor
MD, FACOG


Roger Lefevre
MD, FACOG


Janelle Evans
MD, FACOG


Erinn Myers
MD, FACOG, FACS


Dara Shalom
MD, FACOG

Testimonials

"I was so pleased with the structure of the course and with the frequency of communication. Specifically, an email was sent out in December of 2017 outlining the start of the course in January of 2018. The emails were friendly and not intimidating. Also, the January start was in line with what I thought a reasonable study start date would be, mid-Jan up until the exam. I really liked the fact that the courses ended at the end of March. This helped immensely with confirming my timeline. The lectures were awesome, straight to the point and effective. The lectures covered a wide range of topics and certainly made me feel prepared for the exam.” - TD

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