Earn CME/SAM or ACCENT® credits.
This program presents recorded live webinars from AACC's 2013 "Cutting Edge Technologies, Common Sense Solutions" webinars, which focus on new technologies and solutions that are making a significant impact on the laboratory’s role in improving patient care and outcomes.
These programs will help you fulfill your Maintenance of Certification (MOC) requirements.
Four clinical areas are presented – click below for more information and to register.
AACC members: $85
Why is this such a great value?
You will have anytime online access to three 60-minute presentations by known experts, presentation slides, a multiple-choice quiz, references, and continuing education credits – all to help you advance in your laboratory professional practice and lifelong learning experience.
Note: A minimum passing score on the quiz is required for obtaining credits.
Cancellations and refunds are not available.
Clinical pathologists, laboratory medicine physicians, laboratory directors, laboratory managers, laboratory supervisors, residents, and fellows.
Level of Instructional Content
The webcast presentations are at the intermediate level; therefore, you should have prior knowledge and training in the basic theory and practice of clinical laboratory medicine to participate in this program.
How the Program Works
Your participation will consist of viewing three (3) online presentations (approximately 60 minutes each), which can be viewed at any time. You may start and stop as needed to accommodate your schedule.
After viewing all three presentations, you will take a quiz made up of 10-12 multiple-choice questions based on the presentations. After passing the quiz (with a minimum passing grade), you will be able to obtain your continuing education credits (CME/SAM or ACCENT®).
Technical requirements for participating in this program
Internet Access and Browser
You must have Internet access and an Internet browser software installed on your computer to view the program materials. The following Internet browsers and browser settings are recommended:
- Internet Explorer: Version 7 or higher
- Mozilla Firefox: Version 10 or higher
- Chrome and Safari: Either of these browsers should work
Computer Screen Resolution
For best viewing, your screen resolution should be 1024 x 768 or higher.
You will need speakers attached to your computer to hear the presentations.