Thursday, October 14, 2010

Telepresence = CME Credits

Wish you could attend the American College of Hyperbaric Medicine symposium this weekend but don't have the opportunity to enjoy a pleasant fall weekend in Wisconsin?. You can attend virtually--that's through your computer for the less technically inclined--and earn continuing medical education credits just as if you were there in person. WebCME, a leader in distance learning for healthcare professionals, is providing the technology and expertise.

Best of all, it's free if you're an ACHM member, and membership costs just $50 per year, so you can get 20 CME/CEU credits for the price of one round-trip checked bag. Sign up on the ACHM website or e-mail for a passcode and instructions if you're already a member.

Covering topics in practice management and clinical practice, this year's symposium will be helpful to anyone who's administering wound care and hyperbaric oxygen therapy or managing a hyperbaric treatment center. Streaming video gives you the option to attend just the sessions you need.

If Hulu can make it easy to watch 30 Rock or Masterpiece Theater at your desk, why not use the same technology for, you know, actual work? Jack Donaghy and the Kabletown executives will be impressed.

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