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Avera offers FREE Virtual CEUs

The vCNE Series is specially designed to update nurses on hot topics, evidence based practice and Avera’s current strategic initiatives. Primarily Avera content speakers will be presenting on topics including care coordination, diabetes, wound care, active shooter/safety, immunizations, behavioral health update, pain management/opioids and more!
Target Audience: Avera ambulatory nurses & medical assistants
Those wishing to attend must be employed by Avera to register.
 
To register for the vCNE series offered through Avera, click here and follow the steps outlined

Once registered, follow these steps (you will need a phone and a computer to attend:

  • Check your email on Wednesday or Thursday morning for the link to the webinar. The below is an example from a previous session, but all communications will be similar:

    • Sign into the webinar on your computer and call in so you can hear the presentation.

  • Record your attendance with the code given at the start of the presentation.  You might have to do this a couple of times before it accepts your attendance due to the volume of attendees submitting attendance right away.  Enjoy the webinar over your lunch.

  • Log into the avera.cloud-cme.com to complete the survey from the webinar.

    • Click on the Yellow My CE in the upper corner and then select the “Evaluation & Certificates”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • You will receive an email to complete an Excel spreadsheet for AAMA attendance.  Complete the information in the Attendance Record & you are all set!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Watch your AAMA Transcript for your CEU’s.  It does take up to 30 days for the AAMA to get this information updated.  If you are a RMA, you can print the certificate and submit to the AMT on your own when you are due for renewal.

 

This is great opportunity for Medical Assistants.  If the response and attendance is great enough, the Avera Education Department will continue to work with the AAMA to get future vCNE’s approved for Medical Assistants!