What ABEM requires
Pass 4 MyEMCert™ topic modules every 5-year certification cycle.
The last ConCert™ Examination was offered in October 2022 and has now been retired. MyEMCert™ is the only recertification option starting in 2023.
ABEM is the authority on how to take the MyEMCert™ 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.
- Thousands of emergency physicians have relied on PEER to test their knowledge and to prepare for their board exams.
- All PEER questions are expertly edited by experienced emergency physician educators to ensure quality so that they remain as close to ABEM standards as possible.
- PEER questions are high yield — they not only explain why the answer is correct, but also why the incorrect choices may be plausible in other scenarios.
- PEER questions include additional study resources and visual summary infographics, so you're ready to answer any question on the topic.
- PEER simulates the board exam to help you get ready for the exam day experience, including all new MyEMCert™ question formats like core content, case series, and key advance questions.
- PEER is approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and ACEP Category I credits.
To prepare for the new MyEMCert™ Examination and the Key Advances, check out PEERcert+ for MyEMCert or learn more about it on the PEER blog.
We've also prepared recommendations for taking online open-book examinations, including how to prepare your resources and how to practice for timed examinations.