System requirements for the user
On PC: Windows: Internet Explorer 8 or higher version, Updated MS Edge, Updated Chrome, Updated Firefox. On Mac: Updated Safari, Updated Chrome or Firefox. Optional: Adobe Flash Player 10.3 or later
On mobile device: Apple iOS 8 or higher version with updated Safari or Google Chrome. Android 4.1 or higher version with Google Chrome
Speakers or headphones
Rules for training path: Learning Materials have to be viewed sequentially. In order to acquire credits, the training path has to be completed, included learner's feedback. Already viewed Learning Materials can be viewed as many times as the Learner want. Printable handouts are not mandatory, but reading them can be useful to follow the video lessons. Learning Materials will be downloadable even after completing the course, until the course will be active.
Attendance: Participation is documented by the learning test and by the attendance tracking system on the platform; assessment for learning is documented by specific test and certified by the Provider.
Final assessment test: At the end of the module, a questionnaire to the test learning outcomes will have to be completed (3 questions that have 4 possible answers, only one correct); Achievement threshold: 75%; possibility to take the test 5 times, double randomization (randomization of questions and answers).
credit attestation: A downloadable PDF file certificate will be automatically available for the users who have completed the course by passing the verification test. Users who are entitled to it (ie: participants who have filled the personal details form, belong to a the professional body for which the course has been accredited, who have completed the course by passing the learning test and completing the perceived quality assessment sheet) will be able to view, download and print the CME credit attestation in PDF format.
attendance certificate: send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Steps to attend the course:
- Registration of the Learner and course activation Module 1 (3 video lessons, self assessment test)
- Printable Handout
- Final Assessment test (threshold: 75%, the test can be taken up to five times)
- Quality assessment form
- CME certificate
- Attendance printing
Learning Objectives: improve awareness, knowledge and skill about patient safety in radiology; learning of practical strategies to optimize some applications of computed tomography (CT) in order to reduce radiation doses.
Technical & professional skills: competence development regarding the general technical strategies that are commonly used for radiation dose management in CT and some specific reduced-dose examinations.
Process skills: developing skills and knowledge useful for better control of radiation dose in daily clinical routine.
System skills: skills to make CT imaging safer for patients by lowering radiation dose.
N. 1 EACCME Credit-1 HR