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. Please see the following list of online education courses and activities that are currently being offered by ASNC:
ASNC ONLINE EDUCATION ACTIVITIES & PROGRAMS – New Programs to be Released Soon!
ASNC offers interactive Web-based activities for CME and CE Credit that are designed to increase learners’ competence in the field of nuclear cardiology. ASNC also offers online webinars on different topics in nuclear cardiology, as well as “Meetings on Demand” – these digital recordings of live meetings provide on-demand access to some of ASNC’s most popular courses.
ASNC ONLINE EDUCATION PROGRAMS:
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.
Nuclear Cardiology Knowledge Self-Assessment Product (NCKSAP)
NEW! ASNC is developing an all-new NCKSAP, currently four modules are available for purchase on the topic of Physics & Instrumentation, Radiopharmaceuticals, Risk Stratification and General Nuclear Cardiology Imaging. 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. Physicians are able to earn 2.5 CME credits and 10 MOC points.