The 2009 Neuromuscular (NM) Self-Assessment Examination (SAE) is a great resource for brushing up on NM knowledge. SAEs make excellent guides and self-assessment tools for maintaining certifications or preparing for board examinations and/or proctored NM SAEs. They are also valuable teaching and program assessment tools for residency and fellowship programs.
The NM SAE includes:
1. Written examination with 100 multiple-choice questions
2. Review session booklet
The NM SAE has 100 multiple-choice questions per examination and tests background knowledge and the application of neurophysiologic, pathologic, and other techniques to the diagnosis, evaluation, and treatment of patients with neuromuscular disorders. This exam covers the spectrum of disorders that affect the motor neuron, nerve root, plexus, peripheral nerve, neuromuscular junction, and muscle.
No CME available, this NM SAE serves primarily as a resource for studying and exam preparation.