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Continuing Education

NCMA Continuing Medical Education (CME)

Completing a comprehensive CME offers several benefits. Studies show that CME improves procedural safety and deficiency. You will have an increased understanding of the indications, contraindication techniques and common complications. Also, not only patients but supervisors and directors appreciate the continuity of completing CME by their healthcare providers.

We believe that CME should be taught by experts who use a multifaceted approach. Our trainers have over a decade of experience not only teaching but also as analysts at a national level. They continuously work directly with leading scientific research organizations improving and qualifying analytical errors. Our trainers are not just experts-proceduralists but they also winners of numerous awards for their accomplishments.

NCMA recognizes that active participation is vital to active learning and especially important in procedural training. Bringing the expert to you will allow an exciting experience by you asking questions and talking face to face with an expert.

It has been shown in numerous studies that CME live seminar compared with a home study course improves psychomotor skills, procedural confidence and reduces procedural time and complications by allowing for immediate feedback and instruction from procedural experts to instantly core bad habits and poor techniques. This will never be available with home study courses.

CME live workshop and online CME cost is $280.00 (additional fees apply for non active NCMA members and Non NCMA members).

 

Who can benefit from NCMA Continuing Medical Education (CME):

 

1. NCMA Member is a healthcare professional who has been tested or recertified by NCMA previously

Active and Non active

a) Active NCMA members can renew credentials by attending a CME live workshop if available in their state or by completing an online CME.

b) Non active NCMA members must pay a fee $75.00 to will activate their credentials for 1 month during which they should attend a CME live workshop or successfully complete online CME.


2. Practitioner is a healthcare professional who is currently employed in the medical field.

Practitioner must submit:

a) Practitioner Application form.

b) Employment verification letter on company’s letterhead stating the title and years of employment signed by the supervisor, or last two years of Income tax returns.

c) Attend a CME live workshop if available in their state or successfully complete an online CME.

 

3. Non NCMA Member (reciprocity) is a healthcare professional who has been certified by any other association and is not currently employed in the medical field.

 

Non NCMA Member must submit:

a) CME Registration form

b) Copies of another association credentials

c) Pay a fee $140.00 to become an NCMA member and activate their credentials for 1 month during which they should attend a CME live workshop or successfully complete online CME.

 

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