ASN BRCU Online - Board Review Course & Update Virtual July 17 - 22, 2021 (Videos + 239 Practice Questions + MOC Posttest) - Afkebooks - Medical ebooks for Doctors

ASN BRCU Online – Board Review Course & Update Virtual July 17 – 22, 2021 (Videos + 239 Practice Questions + MOC Posttest)


Format: 77 MP4 + 6 PDF files

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published date: 24 Aug 21


BRCU Virtual 2021: General Information

Dates and Location

This course will be held July 17 - 22, and will be a fully virtual course. Each day will offer approximately 5 hours of interactive, live-streamed sessions with expert faculty that will incorporate case-based discussions, board-style questions, breakout groups, and more. All lectures will be available on-demand to view at your convenience. You will have access to all lectures for at least 2 years.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will be able to:

  1. Interpret the fundamental concepts of nephrology in the areas of kidney function and structure; fluid and electrolyte disorders; glomerular and vascular disorders; potassium and acid base; tubulointerstitial disorders and nephrolithiasis; CKD, ESKD, and dialysis; hypertension; AKI, ICU nephrology, and pharmacology; bone and mineral metabolism; and transplantation;
  2. Formulate diagnostic and therapeutic options for the management of kidney diseases; and
  3. Test individual medical practice competence against a series of simulated patient/case scenarios.
    (Core Competencies: Patient Care and Medical Knowledge)

Target Audience

  • Senior Nephrologists: Practicing nephrologists in all key areas of the specialty. The course also benefits pediatric nephrologists, intensivists, and hospitalists.
  • Board Examination Participants: Individuals are thoroughly prepared for upcoming certification and recertification exams.
  • Nephrology Fellows: Fellows seeking a detailed outline and discussion of what their current fellowship program should include.
  • FASN Candidates: The approximately 53 CME credit hours earned at the BRCU can be applied towards the 70 hours required to qualify for FASN status.



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