NYU CME programs have developed a reputation for quality and completeness, especially with respect to board review courses. Joining the well established programs like Harvard CME, Cleveland Clinic CME, and Johns Hopkins CME, NYU has established several high-credit board review courses worth considereing.
Comprehensive Cardiology Board Review is, as the name implies, a full-featured board review course for cardiologists going through initial certification or recertification. Over 30 faculty provide 29.25 CME credit hours of lectures.
The NYU PM&R Board Review Course has been running for 40 years. It covers a range of topics from sports injuries to TBI to stroke recovery to electrodiagnistic studies. 35.5 category I CME credits.