A Webinar is a live presentation that typically lasts 60-90 minutes. They are led by presenters using PowerPoint and audio. Additional resource materials will be provided and most webinars conclude with a Q&A session. Requirements for earning CE credit for a LIVE webinar are to attend the live presentation, pass a 10 question quiz, and complete an evaluation. These activities are included in all LIVE webinar enrollments and can be accessed in the My Learning Activities page.
What to expect once you register for a live webinar:
The purchased LIVE webinar activity will automatically load into the My Learning Activities page.
Learners may access presentation handouts 2-3 days prior to the event via My Learning Activities.
An email will be sent 3-4 days prior to the presentation date with instructions for registering with GoToWebinar.
Once the webinar has concluded, learners must complete the required quiz and evaluation for each webinar within 30 days of the presentation date. Learners who fail to complete the required activities and claim CE credit within the stated time frame will forfeit CE credit for that activity.
Upcoming Live Webinar Series: Getting to Know Brain Tumors: Clinical and Surveillance
NCRA’s two-part webinar series, Getting to Know Brain Tumors: Clinical and Surveillance, includes presenters from the Central Brain Tumor Registry of the United States (CBTRUS) who will discuss the current clinical, research, and surveillance of these complicated tumors. Earn 1 CE for each webinar.
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Complimentary LIVE Webinar! Mentoring in the CTR Profession: Four Areas You Should Know
One of the best ways to promote a career in the cancer registry and combat a misconception that CTRs are glorified data entry people, is by mentoring new and future registrars. In the webinar, Toni Hare, RHIT, CTR, will discuss four important areas for mentors to address with mentees that dispel the preconceptions and help them become professionals in the specialty to which they aspire. Scheduled for Wednesday, May 25, 2016 at 2:00 PM EST.