How To Earn and Obtain Your Rosh Review CME or CE Certificate

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August 15, 2017
Rosh Review offers up to 100 credits of continuing medical education (CME) and continuing education (CE). If you are a subscriber who signed up for an account linked to CME or CE and you want to know how to obtain your credit and certificate or both, here’s everything you need to know (updated January 2020):

For Emergency Medicine, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, OB/GYN, Psychiatry, Physician Assistant, Nurse Practitioner, and the Special Purpose Exam (SPEX):

1. Complete 1,000 questions in your Qbank

2. Score 70% or better using tutor or test mode

3. Retake questions and exams as needed to achieve 70% correct

Once you meet these requirements (#1 and #2), email us at cme@roshreview.com to obtain your certificate.


For Pediatric Hospital Medicine and Alternative PANRE:

1. Complete all of the questions in your Qbank (300 for Pediatric Hospital Medicine, 600 for Alternative PANRE)

2. Score 70% or better using tutor or test mode

3. Retake questions and exams as needed to achieve 70% correct

Once you meet these requirements (#1 and #2), email us at cme@roshreview.com to obtain your certificate.


For Physician Assistant Self-Assessment:

1. Complete 400 questions in your self-assessment module

2. Score 70% or better using tutor or test mode

3. Retake questions and exams as needed to achieve 70% correct

Once you meet these requirements (#1 and #2), email us at cme@roshreview.com to obtain your certificate.

You’ll receive 20 AAPA self-assessment credits from Rosh Review. However, the NCCPA will provide 1.5x your earned credit. Therefore, your 20 self-assessment Rosh Review credits will earn you 30 AAPA self-assessment credits for the NCCPA. Below is the statement released by the NCCPA:

To encourage PAs to continue to pursue self-assessment activities, NCCPA will award 50% additional credit for all activities designated for self-assessment Category 1 CME credit (i.e., a self-assessment activity worth 10 credits will be converted to 15 credits by NCCPA). Also, the first 20 PI-CME credits logged during every two-year cycle will be doubled when logged with NCCPA. 


Comments (7)
  1. Jeanine Wigton
    December 4, 2017

    Could you please send me a copy of completion certificate thank you very much Jeanine

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  2. Blake
    June 22, 2018

    Can you please provide more information about the physician CME associated with completing the 1000 questions? For instance what category would these fall in? Would this satisfy requirements for a first year Attending just out of residency? etc… Not a lot of information on the website.

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    • Adam Rosh
      June 24, 2018

      Thanks for the comment Blake. Please send an email to support@roshreview.com for specific questions. We need a little more info about you to best provide you information.
      The 100 credits are AMA Category 1 and generally satisfies all CME requirements.

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  3. Mario Esquivel
    February 18, 2019

    Can I obtain category 2 CME for studying with Rosh review, for the PA recertification exam?

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    • Adam Rosh
      February 18, 2019

      We offer Cat 1 only, which will qualify for all Cat 2 since it is a higher level. But always check with your organization.
      Best,
      Adam

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  4. Stormy Waters
    August 29, 2019

    I highly recommend this CE review. It was fantastic! My co-workers enjoyed trying out the questions too, they kept urging me to ask more.

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