An on-demand library of educational content and the opportunity to claim Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits are available on the Clinical Congress virtual platform until May 1, 2023.
Both in-person and virtual attendees may access content by visiting the virtual platform. In the upper right corner, click Log in and enter your registration ID and last name. Once on the site, you will be able to move through the options using the top navigation bar. Additional selections are available via the colorful tiles toward the bottom of the homepage.
To check out the sessions available for on-demand viewing, click Education Program. You can use the filters on the left side to narrow your search by tracks of interest, regulatory mandates, and ACS accreditation/verification requirements. Each session offers you the option to view immediately, add to your playlist for later, and review the presentation details such as speaker names and abstract titles.
If you are CME-eligible, make sure to claim CME credit for sessions you attended at Clinical Congress and/or viewed within the digital platform. If you attended Clinical Congress in-person and had your badge scanned upon entering a session, the sessions will be prepopulated in the Credit Cart (see top navigation bar). Make sure to read the instructions at the top of the Credit Cart page.
The claiming process includes completing an evaluation for each session and the Global Evaluation (found on the right panel). For those who are not CME-eligible, you may claim a Certificate of Completion.
Visit the CME Credits page to learn about Credit to Address Regulatory Mandates, Credit to Address ACS Accreditation/Verification Requirements, and Self-Assessment Credit.
Within the virtual platform, you also can visit the Poster Hall and Video Hall.
In the Poster Hall, the left menu allows you to narrow your search and look up posters by keyword. Similar options are available in the Video Hall to help you browse the extensive selection of videos, including the option to filter by specialty. General Surgery (93) and Cardiothoracic Surgery (18) have the most videos in their libraries.
Use the Help tab in the top navigation bar for additional information.
Haven’t Registered Yet?
Visit facs.org/clincon2022 to register and gain access to the platform immediately.