The Emory Physician Assistant Program has provided quality board review courses for twenty six years. Many PAs return annually because it is a great refresher course and 36 hours high quality CME. The 27th annual Certification / Recertification Review for Physician Assistants is scheduled for October 2-5, 2017 at the James B Williams Medical Education Building on Emory campus The review will take place on Monday - Thursday from approximately 8:00 AM -5:30 PM each day. Full lunches and breaks will be provided every day. The conference is limited to 160 participants.
The Conference Center is a full service hotel with spa, indoor pool, fitness center, Concierge, three restaurants, Bar, and walking /jogging trails. Walk to restaurants and shops at the new Emory Point on Clifton. There is Free Cliff Bus service is available to the main Emory campus, Emory village, malls, and downtown Decatur (with shops, more restaurants, and Marta station.) A list of things to do
The conference is limited to 160 participants.
CME Approval - Pending
This program has been submitted for 36 hours of AAPA Category 1 CME credit by the Physician Assistant Review Panel. Physician assistants should claim only those hours actually spent participating in the CME activity.
Nurse Practitioners may claim AAPA approved CME hours as psted at the ANCC website:http://www.nursecredentialing.org/Certification/CertificationRenewal/RenewalFAQs
The Review Conference is designed based upon the list of topics potentially on the PANCE / PANRE as provided by the NCCPA, and by review of the PANCE / PANRE board exam matrix of question distribution. Obviously, the exact content of the PANCE and PANRE exams is confidential and not known to the developers of the Review Conference, and no suggestion is made that the Review Conference or practice exam questions represent the level of complexity or distribution of topics on the actual examinations.