Neurology CME Package with Gift Card
Neurology CME Package With Gift Card Add on ($250-1500)
This Neurology CME with Gift Card allows the customer to purchase CME with Gift Card. Add on Apple, Amazon, or Lowes gift cards ($250-$1500) to make Premium CME Package. The price of CME with Gift Card will be included in total package price.
This CME Package qualifies for Category 2 CME under the AAPA guidelines.
This CME Package is designed for physician assistants, but physicians and nurse practitioners are welcome to take course.
The Neurology CME Package includes a Neurology Lecture Video covering the NCCPA Topic List (1 hour and 39 minutes) and 106 board style questions, answers, and detailed explanations.
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CME with Gift Card (Amazon and Apple Gift Cards $250-1500)
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Neurology CME Package Topic List
Diseases of Peripheral Nerves
Complex regional pain syndrome
Transient ischemic attack
Other Neurologic Disorders
Altered level of consciousness
Neurologic Lecture Slides Preview
Title: Preview Neurology Lecture Slide Show
Details: This slide show is a preview of the full Lecture from the Neurology PANCE/PANRE Review Course
Total Length: 18 slides. Full Lecture is 195 slides.
Full Lecture Slide Show Can Be Accessed: Neurology Lecture Slide Show
Neurologic Questions Preview (10 Questions)
Title: Neurology Questions Preview Slide Show
Details: This slide show is a preview of the questions and answers section of the full Neurology PANCE/PANRE review course.
Total Length: 20 slides. Full questions, answers, and explanations slide show is 212 slides.
Full Questions, Answers, and Explanations Can Be Accessed: Neurology Questions
Neurology Blueprint Lecture Video Preview
Title: Preview Neurology Lecture Video
Details: The lecture video is a preview of the full Neurology lecture video from the PANCE/PANRE Review Course.
Total Length: 9 minutes, 30 seconds. Full video is 1 hour and 39 minutes.
Full Video Can Be Accessed: Full Neurology Lecture Video