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How to Use NucMedTutorials.com to Get Nuclear Medicine Continuing Education

NucMedTutorials.com

$13 - $20 / CE Credit
NucMedTutorials.com
8.4

Price

8.5 /10

User Friendliness

8.0 /10

Course Quality

9.5 /10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

8.5 /10

Easiness to Pass

7.7 /10

Pros

  • Very Strong in Radiation / Safety
  • VOICE CE's Widely Accepted
  • Valid for Physician's IAC Nuclear/PET CME Requirements

Cons

  • Pretty High Level / Mathematical
  • 1 Day Delay Getting Certificates

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How to Find & Take Courses

Go to NucMedTutorials.com

Hover on “Online Tutorials” to see the dropdown with all your choices for courses:

Choose a course. We’ll keep it simple for now and go with “Inverse Square Law”. That takes you to the course homepage:

So click the tutorial link. It will open the PDF in a new browser tab. The PDF is searchable, meaning if your press CTRL + F, a search box will appear, so you can find terms in the PDF later.

Here’s the PDF for this course:

So, read through the course material in this PDF. You might want to print it up as well.

Then go back to the original browser tab and click “Inverse Square Law (or whatever your course name is) Quiz”:

How to Take Quizzes

That will take you to the below screen. It’s a learning management system called Class Marker that NucMedTutorials.com uses. Click start as shown.

Next, enter some personal info:

Now it gives some information about the test; click Continue.

Next is the test. There will be at least ten questions per CE hour. (That’s a requirement of VOICE)

So take the test.

Remember, you can print out the PDF and/or press CTRL + F to search the PDF for phrases.

Click “Finish Now” at the bottom of the test when you’re done.

You get your results page with your score and it also shows you which questions you got right & wrong.

You can print the page if you like:

Assuming you passed, at this point you might be wondering what to do next.

There’s no intuitive next step.

The answer is: Go back to your NucMedTutorials.com course homepage. That browser tab will still be open.

Keep taking as many courses as you want, and then take the quizzes afterwards. You only have to check out once when you’re done with all your courses.

How to Pay

When it’s time to check out, click “Payment link” as seen below:

You’ll go to your shopping cart where you can checkout with a credit card or PayPal:

The rest of the checkout process is intuitive. You’ll go through PayPal with your credit card, but you don’t need to have a PayPal account- it’s merely a secure payment gateway.

How to Get Your Certificates Promptly (Send an Email)

At this point, send an email to nucmedconsultants@comcast.net and let Dr. Karesh know that you’re done with all your courses and you’d like your VOICE certificates.

He’ll email your certificates within 24 hours and snail mail you a print copy as well.  Here’s mine:

Get Started

Click here to get started with CE from NucMedTutorials.com

NucMedTutorials.com

$13 - $20 / CE Credit
NucMedTutorials.com
8.4

Price

8.5 /10

User Friendliness

8.0 /10

Course Quality

9.5 /10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

8.5 /10

Easiness to Pass

7.7 /10

Pros

  • Very Strong in Radiation / Safety
  • VOICE CE's Widely Accepted
  • Valid for Physician's IAC Nuclear/PET CME Requirements

Cons

  • Pretty High Level / Mathematical
  • 1 Day Delay Getting Certificates

.

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