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How to Use Curium’s Website to Get (Possibly Free) Nuclear Medicine CE Credits

Curium NucMedEd

$10 / Credit Hour (or free)
Curium NucMedEd
9.1

Price

9.5 /10

User Friendliness

8.5 /10

Course Quality

9.5 /10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

9.0 /10

Easiness to Pass

9.0 /10

Pros

  • Possibly FREE: Check with Your Radiopharmacy
  • $10/CE Hour if Not Free
  • Quality Video Presentations
  • Can Do Quickly
  • 24 Nuc Med Credits Available

Cons

  • Slightly Complicated Interface
  • Duplicate Courses with Philips

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First, Try to Get Your Credits For Free

You may be able to get all 36 of Curium’s CE credits for free.

  • Call your unit dose radiopharmacy
  • They may have a code from Curium that you can use to get all CEs for free
  • If not, call Curium customer service at 1-888-744-1414

How to Set Up a Curium Account & Purchase a Course

To take courses on Curium’s site, go here:  https://curiumpharma.com/nucmeded/courses/

It’ll look like the below.  Click on a course that interests you:

The course page will look something like this:

After pressing the BUY button, you’ll see this:

First thing to do is bookmark this webpage. This where you’ll login in the future to take more courses, get copies of your certificates, etc.

But to begin with, you’ve got to register an account for yourself, so press “Register Here”. That’ll take you to the below screen.

Fill out the registration form. If your licensed in Florida, take care to follow these instructions:

This is what the registration form looks like.  Fill this out on Curium’s website:

If your browser asks to save your password for this site, personally, I’d do it.

Now fill out the billing screens that look like this on Curium’s website:

Accessing & Taking Your Courses

Now that you’ve paid, you’ll go here. Click MY COURSES AND EVENTS

Now click on “Launch” to go to your course:

That takes you to the below & your course will have launched in a new tab or window of your browser.

Acknowledge the following in the new tab:

Example Course Walk-Through:

Now you’ll be here on your course homepage.

Your browser may ask you to enable Adobe Flash, click “Allow”:

So, start watching the videos, working your way down the left-hand panel of activities, making sure all the activities eventually get a check-mark next to them.

There will be quizzes along the way between the videos.

Here’s an example quiz- you drag the appropriate terms to the corresponding boxes:

Taking the Test & Getting Your Credit

Once you have a check-mark next to all activities on the left, you can take the test.

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Tip

I recommend you click the “Transcript” button above before you click on “Posttest”.

This opens a searchable PDF of the course material.

After you click “Transcript”, you’ll see the below box. Choose “In new window”:

I’d recommend you arrange your browser to look like the image below while you’re taking the test.

Have your test browser window on half of the screen & the Transcript (course material in written form) open on the other half.

In the transcript window, if you press Ctrl + F, a search box will open and you can search for words and phrases in the transcript.

You can take the test up to 3 times to pass, which requires a score of 80%.

Once you’ve passed you’ll see this:

You must then evaluate the course before you can get your CE certificate:

You must answer all evaluation questions, even the free text / comments questions.

When you’re done, press “Print Certificate”.

You get two certificates, one from the AHRA (accepted by ARRT & NMTCB) & one from the state of Florida:

There- you’re done!

You can go back here see your course history & unfinished courses:

Get Started With Curium:

Just go here:  https://curiumpharma.com/nucmeded/courses/

Curium NucMedEd

$10 / Credit Hour (or free)
Curium NucMedEd
9.1

Price

9.5 /10

User Friendliness

8.5 /10

Course Quality

9.5 /10

Speed (Time / Credit Hour)

9.0 /10

Easiness to Pass

9.0 /10

Pros

  • Possibly FREE: Check with Your Radiopharmacy
  • $10/CE Hour if Not Free
  • Quality Video Presentations
  • Can Do Quickly
  • 24 Nuc Med Credits Available

Cons

  • Slightly Complicated Interface
  • Duplicate Courses with Philips

.

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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