ASNC Online Education
As the primary source for education in the field of nuclear cardiology, the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology is pleased to continue its leadership role in continuing education by extending our online education programming. ASNC is an accredited provider of Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit for Physicians, and a recognized provider of Continuing Education (CE) credit for Technologists.
ASNC offers interactive Web-based activities for CME and CE Credit that are designed to increase learners’ competence in the field of nuclear cardiology. These activities are online webinars on different topics in nuclear cardiology, “Meetings on Demand” that present digital recordings of live meetings providing you on-demand access to some of ASNC’s most popular courses, and self assessment modules that allow you to measure your knowledge in nuclear cardiology.
I. Online Activities
NEW! This online video will teach participants clinical recommendations of Appropriate Use Criteria in asymptomatic patients, clinical recommendations of the updated Appropriate Use Criteria for pre-operative screening and current issues and barriers to effective implementation of Appropriate Use Criteria in clinical practice. Activity awards .5 CME/CE credits to physicians and technologists.
NEW! ASNC has a new activity offering the latest advances and best clinical practices in the use of 123I-mIBG imaging in patients with heart failure. The activity consists of 6 evidence-based modules developed by experts in the field. The series provides nuclear cardiology physicians with clinically useful information to make appropriate decisions about therapeutic interventions and monitoring treatment efficacy to improve patient outcomes in heart failure. This activity offers 3.75 CME/CE credits to physicians and technologists.
This is a case-based interactive activity on radiation reduction strategies in patients undergoing nuclear cardiology studies. The online activity offers 1.5 CME/CE credits to physicians and technologists.
Nuclear Cardiology Board Prep On Demand is a digital library with 15 hours of instructions from the Nuclear Cardiology Board Exam Preparation live course. With this On Demand activity, you can watch presenters’ slides while listening to fully-synchronized audio as if you were actually attending each session. Whether you are preparing for your certification or recertification exam, or simply seeking a thorough review of the fundamentals on appropriate cardiac nuclear imaging procedures, Nuclear Cardiology Board Prep On Demand is a valuable educational resource.
ASNC Scientific Session On Demand is an extensive digital library with 60 hours* of presentations from ASNC 2014. Dedicated to the dynamic specialty of nuclear cardiology, Scientific Session On Demand addresses emerging research, new technology and advances in treatment. With Scientific Session On Demand, you can watch presenters’ slides while listening to fully-synchronized audio as if you were actually attending each session. This activity offers CME to physicians and CE credits to technologists.
II. Journal CME/CE
Earn valuable continuing medical education credit while increasing your knowledge of the latest developments in the field of nuclear cardiology. Each issue of ASNC’s Journal of Nuclear Cardiology now features an article designated for continuing education (CE/CME) credit for physicians and technologists. For more info, please click here: ASNC’s Journal CME/CE
III. Self-Assessment Modules
Nuclear Cardiology Knowledge Self-Assessment Product (NCKSAP)
NEW! ASNC is developing an all-new NCKSAP, currently five modules are available for purchase on the topics of Physics & Instrumentation, Radiopharmaceuticals, Risk Stratification, General Nuclear Cardiology Imaging and Tests & Procedures/Protocols. Physicians can earn 2.5 CME credits with each module. Each module has 30 questions and answers, discussions, and references that are designed to test the learner’s knowledge on nuclear cardiology.
ASNC Nuclear Cardiology 2014: Module 1
NEW! As a leader in cardiovascular education, the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology has developed an MOC Part II module specifically geared toward nuclear cardiology. The module is comprised of 35 questions, with answers, discussions, references, and objectives to test the learner’s knowledge in nuclear cardiology. The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) has approved this module for 10 MOC points that count toward your recertification with ABIM. Physicians can also earn 2.5 CME credits.