Are you ready for your

OBGYN board exam?

Webinars

Are you too busy to attend a live
conference?  Watch the lectures at your
own pace, at your own schedule.  Earn
CME Category 1 credit and receive the
most comprehensive update in
obstetrics and gynecology without
leaving the comfort of your home/office. Updated webinars
now available, refresh this site and then click on Webinars.

Audio

Learn on the go, listen to the mp3 audio
in your car while on your daily commute.
Purchase the audio from the latest
review course.  All files are mp3
formatted and include a PDF of the
syllabus.

Live Conferences

Attend one of our renowned live
conferences and network with peers,
expert faculty and immerse yourself in
an environment of learning.  The review
courses offer the latest information in
obstetrics, gynecology and its
subspecialties.

HOW DO YOU LIKE TO PREPARE FOR THE EXAM?

Written Exam

Oral Exam

CREOG Exam

MOC Exam

Learn more about the most comprehensive review available!

OB/GYN Board Review Courses in Ohio and Florida

Perinatal Resources Inc, a nonprofit medical educational corporation established more than 30 years ago, provides continuing medical education (CME) for practicing obstetricians and gynecologists in the United States and its territories; and is well known as a top resource for OB/GYN exam prep.

 

The CME program ensures that obstetricians and gynecologists are knowledgeable in the latest, nationally-accepted medical guidelines to effectively diagnose, treat, and manage illnesses. The ultimate goal of the CME program, and therefore Perinatal Resources, is simply to support women’s health. Medicine, especially the ob/gyn specialty, is a constantly evolving field of ideas and practices, and we make sure that our members stay ahead of the changes so they may deliver the best care possible.

 

As a result of their involvement in the CME program, our members consistently and demonstrably improve their competency and performance. We measure these improvements through performance metrics and outcome surveys, and we constantly hear stories about how a specific lecture provided an attendee with the ability to give better care to a patient in a certain situation.

 

Perhaps most importantly, members rave about how they’ve befriended their fellow OB/GYN doctors at our conferences, many of whom serve as models and mentors for years to come. These doctors learn and grow from each other through mutual values and a shared bond. In this way, Perinatal Resources and their CME program not only support women’s health through education, but through a community.