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February 2017

Podcast Ep 18: In-Training Exam Review (3 of 3) OB/GYN & More

Published: February 17, 2017   |   Author: Nachi Gupta, M.D., Ph.D., and Megha Rajpal, M.D.   |   Category: Blog, Podcasts   |   Tagged: , , , , , , , , ,   |   Read more

Welcome back to Episode 18! This is the last and final rapid review before the In-Training Exam! Remember to pause the podcast as you go through the review and quiz yourself. Let’s get started with Ob/GYN.

What You Need to Know to Get Your Emergency Nurse Practitioner Certification (ENP-C)

Published: February 17, 2017   |   Author: Adam Rosh   |   Category: Blog   |   Tagged: , ,   |   Read more

In January 2017, the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board, also known as the AANPCB, in conjunction with the American Academy of Emergency Nurse Practitioners, also known as the AAENP, launched the first of its kind emergency nurse practitioner (ENP) certification exam. Successful completion of the emergency nurse practitioner exam will earn you the emergency nurse practitioner certification or ENP-C.

Podcast Ep 17: In-Training Exam Review, Nervous System & More

Published: February 16, 2017   |   Author: Nachi Gupta, M.D., Ph.D., and Megha Rajpal, M.D.   |   Category: Blog, Podcasts   |   Tagged: , , , , , ,   |   Read more

Welcome back to Episode 17! This is part 2 of the 3 part ITE rapid review series. In Episode 16, we covered abdominal emergencies, cardiovascular emergencies, cutaneous emergencies, endocrine emergencies, and environmental emergencies. Today we jump right in with HEENT emergencies. Let’s get started!

Podcast Ep 16: In-Training Exam Review, Abdominal, Cardiovascular & More

Published: February 15, 2017   |   Author: Nachi Gupta, M.D., Ph.D., and Megha Rajpal, M.D.   |   Category: Blog, Podcasts   |   Tagged: , , , , , ,   |   Read more

Welcome back to Episode 16! With the In-training exam next week, we are doing things a little different this week. Instead of covering new material before the exam, we are launching three episodes, back to back, reviewing the most high-yield points that we have covered so far, organized by topic. We think this extra layer of spaced repetition will help you gain a few extra points during your test. We have set it up in a quiz format, so you can pause the podcast as you go along.

Podcast Ep 15: BNP, Pneumothorax, Angioedema & More

Published: February 8, 2017   |   Author: Nachi Gupta, M.D., Ph.D., and Megha Rajpal, M.D.   |   Category: Blog, Podcasts   |   Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,   |   Read more

Welcome back to episode 15! As promised, we are back to our weekly episodes leading into the ITE. We start this week with a rapid review of some of the infectious disease high-yield points that we have covered in the past few months, and then we dive right into the new material. Stay tuned for some comical outtakes at the end of the podcast for an inside look at the recording of Roshcast. We think you will enjoy it. Let’s get on with the rapid review.

Podcast Ep 14: Otitis Media, Hemophilia, Frostbite & More

Published: February 2, 2017   |   Author: Nachi Gupta, M.D., Ph.D., and Megha Rajpal, M.D.   |   Category: Blog, Podcasts   |   Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,   |   Read more

Welcome back to Episode 14! After a short break for Jeff’s honeymoon, we are back this week with more high-quality review. We have weekly episodes in the works to keep you motivated. Take note of a small change to the format this week – after each question, you will hear a one-second pause to contemplate the answer or to pause the podcast to give you even more time. We made this change in response to listener feedback; keep more feedback coming to Roshcast@roshreview.com.

Elite Test-Taker Profile: Robert Hughes, D.O.

Published: February 1, 2017   |   Author: Adam Rosh   |   Category: Blog, Elite Test-taker   |   Tagged: , , ,   |   Read more

I think it’s exceedingly important to learn your personal test-taking style. There isn’t one right way to do this. One person’s methods may not work for you. I think the trick is to be honest with yourself about what works and what doesn’t, to not feel pressured to use a specific method that doesn’t feel comfortable, and to constantly reassess what is working and what isn’t. You can’t be afraid to change directions and consider something different. A major exam is a marathon, not a sprint.