What types of CE are available?
The 2024 ACVIM Forum offers a combination of in person, live virtual sessions and asynchronous, on-demand recordings. Registered attendees will be eligible for two types of RACE CE credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval: 1) Live, Interactive and 2) Anytime, Non-Interactive distance continuing education credits.
How do I earn and track live, interactive distance CE?
(Livestream Sessions and Live Virtual Day)
Accessing a live, virtual session will serve as your check-in in the system. As with an in-person conference, you will be required to keep your own record of sessions attended and CE credits earned. You will be provided with a blank CE certificate via email for livestream sessions within one week of the live event, and a CE certificate for the Live Virtual Day within one week of the Live Virtual Day conclusion.
How do I earn and track on-demand CE?
To earn CE credit for on-demand sessions, attendees must pass a CE quiz with a score of 70% or higher, within 3 attempts. Upon successful completion of the quiz after each session, your CE credit will be added to a transcript that will be used to generate a virtual CE certificate that you can download at any time within the virtual access window or by the virtual access deadline.
How do I earn and track live, in-person CE?
In-person attendees received an email containing a blank digital CE certificate at the beginning of the in-person conference after check-in. Attendees will be responsible for logging the in-person sessions they attended for verification purposes and can do so however they choose. A blank CE tracking sheet is included in the printed event program for in-person attendees to use at their convenience.
Please note: Claiming session CE credits is or are in accordance with AAVSB RACE-approval standards, however participants should be aware that some state boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Please contact your state board directly with any questions.
Individuals are only able to claim credit for a session once, even if available both in the live program and on demand. Participants will be responsible for ensuring they do not claim credit twice for the same session.
For additional help please email Forum@ACVIM.org