How to unlock 40% more LLSA options
January 29, 2020


Posted by Andy Jagoda, MD in: Feature Update , trackback

You just finished a rewarding but intensely grueling day.

Caseloads were high, patients were demanding, and time to JUST BREATHE was scarce.

You give your inbox a quick glance before going home to get some sleep so you can do it all again tomorrow, and one email yells for your attention: ?REMINDER! LLSA requirement for your ABEM certification.? Yikes. Just what you need? one more thing on your plate. You buckle down to fork out $$ and precious time to meet your ABEM certification requirement.

Unlock more LLSA options

ABEM-certified physicians are required to complete four LLSA activities in each five-year period of their ten-year certification. A new LLSA test is posted each year, and each test consists of 20 to 30 questions. Thanks to a recent update made by the American Board of Emergency Medicine, you now have 40% more LLSA options, making your life just a little bit easier.
While each LLSA test originally remained online for three years from each April 1 release date, the time frame each test is available has been expanded to five years.

What this means for you

When selecting an LLSA test to complete, you can now complete the 2015 and 2016 tests in addition to more recent tests. Not only does this expand your options, but it also saves you money on LLSA prep. The 2015 LLSA Study Guide is now available at a clearance rate in the EB Medicine Store.

BONUS: We?re so confident that our award-winning LLSA Study Guides will help you pass the LLSA exam, we back each guide with a money-back guarantee. If you are not satisfied for any reason, simply call us at any time to receive a full and immediate refund. No questions asked, and you keep the book and CME credits.

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Review ABEM?s LLSA Requirements: https://www.abem.org/public/stay-certified/lifelong-learning-and-self-assessment-(lls)/llsa-requirements

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