The Emergency Medicine Review (EM Review) course is offered by the Saint John Regional Hospital Emergency Department to guide practice eligible physicians in preparation for the CCFP(EM) licensing exam.
Over the 20 weekly sessions, a CCFP(EM) lecturer will review the CFPC’s Priority Topics in Emergency Medicine: the core material covered in the exam. The course also includes 2 full-length practice Short Answer Management Problem (SAMP) exams and a one-on-one practice oral exam session.
Participants can claim up to 50 non-certified Mainpro+ credits upon completion of the course.
Interactive Sessions are offered via online conferencing software (with video, audio, slides and chat features).
They run Tuesday evenings from 7-9:30 PM (Atlantic Time) beginning late February to early July.
All sessions are recorded and available online for review. Course material is available until December of the registration year.
Practice SAMPs are sent for completion and self-marking one week prior to each session.
During the online sessions, practice orals are completed by 1-2 participants while others review.
Then, core material is presented in a case-based format with SAMP style, interactive questioning throughout.
Two Learning Streams
Interactive: Includes access to live online classroom sessions each week, recorded lectures, weekly practice SAMPs, a final practice written exam, and a live practice oral exam session.
Self-Directed: Includes access to all online material: recorded lectures, weekly practice SAMPs, a final practice written exam, and a live practice oral exam session.
Learn more about registering for the EM Review Course.