How to Use ASRT’s Website to Get Nuclear Medicine Continuing Education

ASRT Continuing Education

$20 / Credit Hour
7.9

Price

7.5/10

User Friendliness

8.0/10

Course Quality

9.5/10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

7.5/10

Easiness to Pass

7.0/10

Pros

  • 1 Free Credit (Not Related To NucMed)
  • Good if You Want High Quality Advanced Material

Cons

  • Highly Technical / Clinical Material
  • Slightly Complicated to Navigate & Set Up Account
  • 1 Journal Article & The Rest is Textbook Chapters

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Overview of ASRT CEs

You can get 1 Free Credit from the ASRT, but it’s not related to Nuclear Medicine. It’s called “Radiation Protection and Procedures in the OR.”

If you’d like to get that credit, click here.

It will take you to the screen below, just click on “Get Started” as shown & follow the prompts.

The blue toggle below shows all the Nuclear Medicine CEs available Feb 12, 2018:

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How to Take a Course

So, from here down shows I how I took my Directed Reading course.

I started by clicking here– that will take you to the below screen.

Click “Earn CE” as shown:

Then choose Directed Reading:

How to Create an Account

Now you must create an account:

Fill in your info & click “Submit”:

Now it’ll show your username & password & you have to login:

Enter the username & password you just created to login:

Now you’ve got to create security questions & answers:

It will thank you:

Now you’re back at the homepage, but you’re logged in:

How to Choose a Course

To search for Nuclear Medicine courses (the chapters from the book), click “Shop CE”:

Then do as shown below:

So, even though you’ve chosen “Nuclear Medicine”, you can see below that these courses are NOT all nuclear medicine related:

I chose the course shown above. If you scroll down a bit further, you can see the book chapters from the Essentials of Nuclear Medicine Imaging book:

Anyways, after you click “Add to Cart”, you’ll see this:

How to Pay

Now it’s time to checkout & pay:

Click “Make Payment”:

You have to click on Payment Information & Refund Policy to get those sections to expand so you can enter your info & agree to the policy:

Now, go to your course:

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How to Take Your Course

Clicking as indicated in the above image should take you a screen like this:

This takes you to your CE Directed Reading, a searchable PDF which opens in a NEW TAB in your browser.

This particular PDF was comprised of 13 pages of content, 3 pages of footnotes and then a 20 question test at the end.

You’ll probably want to print up the PDF so you can use it to take the test.

(If you take the courses from the textbook, the format of the course may be very different. The textbook courses were not tested.)

Remember, you can search for phrases in the PDF:

When you’re done reading the article, go back to your previous browser tab & take the quiz:

The quiz looks like this:

Once you pass the test (you have to score 75% or higher), you’ll have immediate access to a certificate that looks like this:

Get Started

Click here to get started with CE from the ASRT

ASRT Continuing Education

$20 / Credit Hour
7.9

Price

7.5/10

User Friendliness

8.0/10

Course Quality

9.5/10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

7.5/10

Easiness to Pass

7.0/10

Pros

  • 1 Free Credit (Not Related To NucMed)
  • Good if You Want High Quality Advanced Material

Cons

  • Highly Technical / Clinical Material
  • Slightly Complicated to Navigate & Set Up Account
  • 1 Journal Article & The Rest is Textbook Chapters

.

The Ultimate Guide to Online Nuclear Medicine Continuing Education for CNMTs

BE READY when your CEs come due.

Get the Ultimate Guide + 9 Tutorials with step-by-step instructions on how to get your CEs from each online source.

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Jim has been the Technical Director of an IAC Nuclear/PET nuclear cardiology lab for the last 11 years.

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Jim's vision is a world where Cardiologists breeze through reports & go home earlier, nobody worries about ICANL report compliance or report deficiencies, and all SPECT/PET MPI reports are complete, concise & crystal-clear.

What has your experience been with this CE provider? Do you have any tips, recommendations or warnings?

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