Continuing Education Credit
Continuing Education Credit
The Quality, Safety and TG100 Meeting has been approved by The Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs, Inc. (CAMPEP) for 7.7, MPCEC continuing education credit hours.
The Quality, Safety and TG100 Meeting has been approved by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) for 7.75 Category A credits. 30 days post meeting, AAPM will provide RT's with a transcript of credits earned to be used for self-reporting credits to the ASRT.
The Quality, Safety and TG100 Meeting has been approved by the Medical Dosimeterist Certification Board (MDCB) for 7.50 MDCB credits.
- To obtain credit, attendees must complete an online evaluation survey. Badge ID and CMD Number are required.
- Following the meeting, AAPM will report the medical dosimetrist participants credits earned to the MDCB.
Complete and submit online by April 18, 11:59 PM Eastern time to be eligible for CAMPEP credit.
MOC/SAMs (SELF ASSESSMENT MODULES) as defined by the ABR
Many AAPM members now require Maintenance of Certification (MOC) as defined by the American Board of Radiology (ABR). At least 75 continuing education (CE) credits are required every 3 years. CE credits may be met by a combination of Category 1 credits (CAMPEP or ACCME) and self-directed educational projects (SDEPs). At least 25 of the 75 CE credits must be self-assessment CE (SA-CE). Other than ABR prequalified SAMs and SDEPs, the ABR will count all AMA Category 1 CME activities in “enduring materials” (including webbased and print) and “journal-based CME” formats toward the MOC self-assessment requirement. SAMS are not required, but can be used to meet the (SA-CE) requirements. Information regarding the MOC requirments can be found at What is MOC.
To assist attendees who require MOC, AAPM will offer many ABR approved SAM sessions. AAPM will use QR code tickets for tracking of SAM session attendance. The ABR requires attendance verification. SAM questions will be included as part of the online evaluation survey. SAM questions are no longer embedded in SAM presentations, so audience interaction is not needed. In order to receive SAM credit, participants must answer the questions online. There is no pass/fail. SAM credit is available only to attendees who complete the required online evaluation of the session and whose attendance has been verified.
Please note: For each SAM session, you will need to drop one QR code ticket into the designated bin near the session entrance for attendance verification.
Evaluate in real time! Use your phone, iPad or laptop to access the Online Evaluation System. You may go online at any time, during the session or after the session, as long as you complete the evaluation survey by the April 17 deadline. AAPM Transfers SAM Credits to the CME Gateway.