SelectScience® has announced the launch of continuing education (CE) credits to clinical laboratory professionals, recognized widely across the U.S. This will enable scientists, at all levels and across multiple clinical disciplines, to advance their careers and fulfil their CPD requirements by engaging with SelectScience content.
For 20 years, SelectScience has been working with scientists to make the future healthier. Our independent publishing platform informs and educates scientists across the globe about the best products and applications in their field. Through our editorial features, event coverage and webinar programs, we have been able to help scientists and healthcare professionals advance their work and make the best purchasing decisions for their lab.Our webinars are hour-long, high-quality events for clinical professionals that enable scientists to address knowledge gaps, refine workflows, and stay up-to-date with the latest techniques and technologies in their field.
The CE units, specifically P.A.C.E and ACCENT credits, are provided by the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science (ASCLS), and the American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC), both widely recognized across the U.S. These credits can be used to fulfil the CPD requirements for your professional registration, such as the American Society for Clinical Pathology, the Society of American Medical Technologists, among many others.
The process is simple. Register for the event, watch the webinar, complete the evaluation form, and then follow the link to your ACCENT credits or immediately receive your P.A.C.E stamped webinar certificate of attendance.
The next accredited webinar, to be broadcast on Thursday, August 16, will see Felicity Dempsey discuss her quest to standardize and connect POC devices, during her time as a point-of-care coordinator at St. James’s Hospital, Dublin. Register here to watch live or on demand.
You can also register to watch Dr. James Aguanno, senior clinical specialist, discuss the value of D-dimer testing for earlier detection of pulmonary embolism in this on-demand accredited webinar.
SelectScience Editor-in-Chief, Kerry Parker, said: “Our clinical webinars are already very popular, and we are delighted that we can now offer these valuable CE credits to those who attend.
“Each hour-long presentation will help them learn about the latest developments whilst receiving valuable educational credits.”