Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

LLSA Preparation

The recertification process for emergency physicians gets more demanding every year, particularly with all the increased attention to evidence-based medicine, LLSA Preparation. With EBM in mind, the ABEM chooses 20 Lifelong Learning and Self Assessment (LLSA) articles each year for you to LLSA Preparation.By imposing annual testing requirements for these articles, the ABEM hopes to ensure that you are up-to-date on the standard of care for all major clinical categories in your practice environment.


The primary goal of LLSA EMCC is to promote continuous learning by diplomates. Completing and passing the required number of LLSA tests is also an eligibility requirement for taking the ConCert examination to renew your certification. The readings are designed as study tools and should be read your way. LLSA EMCC is designed to make this process painless by offering a review that is efficient, convenient, fun, affordable and guarantees you will pass!

LLSA Review

Welcome to the LLSA Review, the only LLSA resource you will ever need. Follow the links to The 2005 LLSA Review or The 2006 LLSA Review to enroll now and begin your review today. The readings are designed as study tools and should be read critically. They are not intended to be all-inclusive and are not meant to define the standard of care for the clinical practice of EM. Twenty new articles will be posted on the ABEM Website annually.


LLSA Exam provides clients with an on site succinct evidence based didactic review of the Life-Long Learning and Self-Assessment articles for each year-cycle which will update your practice on many aspects of evidence-based care.
LLSAPrep will strengthen your EM knowledge and prepare you for the LLSA exam. This elegantly designed peer-reviewed course is intended to review, test immediately!