Are you looking for an exciting and affordable way to get your ultrasound CME credits? MyUltrasoundTutor now offers 15 CMEs when you take the online Vascular Ultrasound Registry Review. That’s right! Completing the online vascular course means you will now earn 15 CME credits! Let’s take a look at what CMEs are and their benefits. Plus, we will see why taking the online vascular course can be useful even if you specialize in a different field.
What Are CME Credits?
Continuing medical education (CME) credits help sonographers maintain their ARDMS credentials. They are crucial for improving work performance, increasing knowledge, and heightening existing ultrasound skills. Currently, the requirement is 30 CME credits in a three-year period. Check your account on the ARDMS to see when your three-year period extends until so that you don’t accidentally allow your credentials to expire.
Benefits of Taking the Online Vascular Course Here at MyUltrasoundTutor
If you are a vascular tech and have passed your registry exam, this is a great program to refresh your knowledge and earn CMEs at your leisure. Not only is the online course convenient, but it is also cost-effective. A win in every way for earning credits!
What if an ultrasound tech has a different specialty, like OB or abdominal? There’s good news! When you pass a specialty exam that is different from the credentials you already have, then ARDMS will waive 15 of the total CMEs required for your three-year period. Therefore, taking our convenient and affordable online vascular course will not only help you to accrue credits and develop a new skill, but it can be a way to get all of the credits you need for a three-year period in a short time.
Sign up for the online vascular course today and complete it to get your CME credits!