|Primary Examination||March 13, 2020|
|Oral Examination||2019: Spring Exam, May 4-5
2019: Fall Exam, Nov. 2-3
2020: Spring, May 2-3
2020: Fall Exam, Oct. 31- Nov. 1
|Recognized Focused Practice Examinations||Date|
|Pediatric Neurosurgery (PNS)||
June 11, 2019
|CNS Endovascular surgery (CNS-ES)||TBD|
|Neurological Critical Care (NCC)||TBD|
|Continuous Certification Adaptive learning tool & modules
The general/emergency tool is required by every ABNS Diplomate.
The learner has the option of taking each module at their discretion for personal education.
The Diplomate can take the tool and/or modules to satisfy the annual requirement for continuous certification OR for continuous certification plus CME credit.
The amount of credit that can be claimed for the tool and/or modules will vary depending upon how much time it takes to complete.
ABNS Adaptive learning tool: General and Emergency neurological surgery core principles
|Click here for the course catalog|
|2019 Adaptive Learning Tool Module: Pediatric Neurological Surgery Core Principles||Click here for the course catalog|
|2019 Adaptive Learning Tool Module: Endovascular Neurological Surgery Core Principles||Click here for the course catalog|
|2019 Adaptive Learning Tool Module: Neurocritical Care Neurological Surgery Core Principles||Click here for the course catalog|
1) The ABNS discourages review of a candidate’s actual oral exam cases or slide presentations at any oral board preparation course. Course content and recommendations may not be consistent with the actual ABNS examination.
2) Candidates are encouraged to review their oral board cases and PowerPoint with colleagues, residency or practice mentors to prepare for the oral exam.
3) Guest examiners and directors will not participate in any oral board preparation course for the 12-month period following their participation as an ABNS examiner.