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The ConCert(TM) Examination Component

The ConCert™ Examination Component

What ABEM requires

Pass the ConCert™ Examination once in years six through 10 of your 10-year certification cycle.

ABEM is the authority on how to take the ConCert Examination™. It’s easy to find out what you need to do.

How ACEP can help you meet these requirements

We’ve built emergency medicine’s gold standard content review and self-assessment resource, PEER: Physician’s Evaluation and Educational Review in Emergency Medicine.

  • PEER is the one your peers say is “closest to the boards.”
  • Published since 1974, PEER represents the kind of experience you can and should rely on to prepare for an emergency medicine board exam of any kind.
  • PEER item-writers are practicing emergency physicians and academics who have taken ABEM exams multiple times. They know what you can expect and write the questions you’re most likely to see. And then they explain to you why each right answer is right and why the “foils” are wrong.
  • Every question also has additional study resources and links to high-quality #FOAMed resources to help you be ready to answer any question on the topic.
  • Best of all, PEER—a “mobile-first” online experience—simulates the board exam user interface to help you get ready not just for the questions but for the exam day experience as well.
  • PEER is approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and ACEP Category I credits.
  • We’re staying up-to-date on the recently announced alternative to the ABEM ConCert™ Examination, “MyEMCert,” and we’re designing new test experiences within PEER to help diplomates prepare.
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