Exam Master’s Urgent Care study resource was designed specifically to help Urgent Care professionals
prepare for the Urgent Care Medicine Board Certification Exam.
- 1,300 Questions and Explanations
- Covers major subjects; General Medicine, Pediatrics, Surgery, Pharmacology, Public Health, Risk Management, and Occupational Medicine
- Timed test and study modes, with pause/resume
- Take realistic practice exams
- Detailed scoring feedback to quickly assess your strengths and weaknesses
- Mark questions for later review
- Save study time by focusing on what you need to know
Online access to this resource is $279 for twelve months, enabling you to review hundreds of
questions, create practice exams, and review detailed explanations. Click here to access the
Comprehensive Review for American Board of Urgent Care Medicine Certification.
The following list of references may also be helpful in reviewing for the exam.
These publications are intended for use as study aids only. The ABUCM does not
intend to imply endorsement of any specific resources or texts, or any affiliation
with publishers, authors or editors of said texts.
- Clinical Dermatology By Thomas P. Habif, MD
- Clinical Procedures in Emergency Medicine By James R. Roberts, MD and Jerris R. Hedges, MD, MS
- Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide By Judith E. Tintinalli, MD, Gabor D. Kelen, MD and J. Stephan Stapczynski, MD
- Emergency Pediatrics: A Guide to Ambulatory Care By Roger M. Barkin, MD, MPH, FAAP, FACEP and Peter Rosen, MD
- Field Guide to Urgent and Ambulatory Care Procedures By David M. James
- Fracture Management for Primary Care By M. Patrice Eiff, M.D., Robert L. Hatch, MD, MPH and Walter L. Calmbach, MD
- Handbook of Urgent Care Medicine By Michelle H. Biros, MS, MD, Steve Sterner, MD and E. Corradin Vogel, MD
- Pediatric Signs & Symptoms By Jonathan Teitelbaum, Kathleen Deantonis and Scott Kahan
- Practical Assessment and Treatment of the Patient with Headaches in the Emergency Department and Urgent Care Clinic By Dawn A. Marcus & Philip A. Bain
- Principles of Ambulatory Medicine By L. Randol Barker, Nicholas H. Fiebach, David E. Kern, Patricia A. Thomas, et al.
For each suggested text, look for the most recent edition.