EM:Prep

Join Doctors Billy Mallon, Diane Birnbaumer and Jan Shoenberger, three of the most distinguished educators in emergency medicine, as they go through exactly what you need to know on the LLSA exam in a fun and entertaining tag team format.

Ace Your LLSA in Less Than a Day

Weʼve carefully reviewed each LLSA selection in detail, extracted the key points, and presented the information in an easy to digest format. Watch the video, listen to the audio, or read the EM:Prep Notes, and be reminded of the major points of every article as you prepare for your LLSA exams.*

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Each version of EM:Prep comes in audio and video formats. Watch and listen in the car, at home, or while working out. We have made it as easy as possible to study for your LLSA exams whenever it is convenient for you.

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By simply reviewing the EM:Prep Notes you'll be reminded of the major points of every article as you prepare for your ABEM, internet-based LLSA exams.

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Meet Our Award-Winning Presenters

Doctors Mallon, Birnbaumer and Shoenberger are renown for their ability to both engage and educate. Let them guide you through the LLSA articles as they give you their insights and perspectives in an entertaining tag team format. (2018 EM:Prep features Doctors Birnbaumer and Shoenberger, all other editions feature Doctors Birnbaumer and Mallon).

Diane Birnbaumer, M.D.

Emeritus Professor of Medicine David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Senior Clinical Educator Department of Emergency Medicine Harbor-UCLA Medical Center

William Mallon, M.D.

Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine Keck School of Medicine University of Southern California

Jan Shoenberger, MD

Residency Director, Los Angeles County / USC Medical Center
Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Keck School of Medicine of USC

Up To 35 Hours of ACEP/AMA CME Credit
- At No Extra Charge-

In recognition of the educational efforts you will have made, youʼll be able to receive up to 35 (depending on the year) ACEP/AMA Category I CME credit - at no additional charge. Simply complete the EM:Prep quiz that accompanies each EM:Prep issue and receive a score of 70% or better.