Recapping ABIM's Knowledge Check-In Launch

ABIM Blog (06/11/18) Baron, Richard

Hundreds of internists and nephrologists took the American Board of Internal Medicine's (ABIM) Knowledge Check-In for the first time in early June. More than 90 percent of both groups reported the test/registration process was handled in an efficient manner, and large majorities of both internists and nephrologists felt the external resource was valuable for answering the test questions. Sixty-five percent of internists were satisfied with their overall testing experience, as were 58 percent of nephrologists. The next Knowledge Check-In for Internal Medicine is scheduled to occur in September; for Nephrology it will take place in November. The complete schedule is available on ABIM's website.

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