East Amherst, N.Y. (PRWEB) November 07, 2014
CME4LIFE Owner John Bielinski is addressing the recent changes in policy and requirements to the physician assistant boards announced by the National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). Bielinski is vehemently speaking out against the changes, which drastically change testing procedures for physician assistants.
The NCCPA recently made drastic changes to its standards of curriculum. According to the new guidelines, all members of the PA community, many who have not had to take standardized tests for decades, must now pass a computer-based test in order to continue treating patients. These changes can make testing success difficult senior-level medical providers who have not taken tests in other disciplines, potentially in decades.
“This is a frustrating development for experienced physician assistants,” asserts CME4LIFE Owner John Bielinski. “These PAs are the matriarchs and patriarchs of our profession. They are the mentors I and many others have looked up to. These changes could negatively impact long, successful careers, simply because tenured physician assistants haven't been in a classroom for many years. I find it very upsetting.”
Bielinski has been frustrated with the standards of CME for many years, and started CME4LIFE to change how people learn and retain critical information. He has applied these principles to board review, and he aims to help every PA keep his or her career, despite these new requirements. His vision is a 100% pass rate for everyone that takes his board review program.
CME4LIFE’s board review features “Active Engagement Learning,” learning techniques using mnemonics and other devices to help physician assistants learn critical information and recall it when needed. It’s board review that abolishes boring Powerpoint slides and pie charts, instead focusing on engaging and fun learning.
“We’ll help any PA or PA student who needs to pass the boards,” adds Bielinski, “You will pass your boards - we literally guarantee it. You’ll have fun, you’ll learn what you need to pass the boards, and you can avoid potential career disaster from these new requirements.”
For more information on John Bielinski, physician assistant board review, the extreme pass guarantee or CME4LIFE, visit http://www.CME4LIFE.com. Information about the PA recertification changes can be found at http://www.NCCPA.net.