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APMA Online CECH

APMA is excited to offer its members virtual continuing education opportunities.

Gout: The Illusion of Simplicity

Gout: The Illusion of Simplicity, is a one-hour live webinar on Tuesday, May 18, at 8 p.m. EDT, providing attendees with a better understanding as to why this seemingly easy-to-manage condition is not so simple after all. Our rheumatology colleagues Christopher Parker, DO, and Thomas Rennie, MD, will share insights and recommendations to enhance knowledge and better serve patients. Attendees can earn 1.0 CECH.

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The Virtual Coding Seminar

The Virtual Coding Seminar, presented by APMA, is a half-day online seminar on Saturday, November 14, providing attendees with a deep dive into foot- and ankle-specific coding issues. Jeffrey D. Lehrman, DPM, and Sarah Abshier, DPM, will instruct participants on a variety of topics to enhance processes and better serve patients. Attendees can earn 4.0 CECH.

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Summer Series

The APMA Online CECH Summer Series provided attendees with up to 25 CECH of virtual learning and covered a broad array of podiatric surgery and medicine. Taking place over two weekends, August 8–9 (13 CECH) and 15–16 (12 CECH), the Summer Series allowed podiatrists to earn much-needed CECH without taking time away from your patients and practice.

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Online CECH Spring 2020

In May and June 2020, APMA offered its members FREE CECH on a variety of topics. These webinars were provided complimentary, exclusively for APMA members. Are there topics you would like to see covered during future sessions? Contact onlinecech@apma.org.

Note: You must have attended the entire live event in GoToWebinar to earn your CECH. Check with your state licensing board to confirm approval of these sessions toward your license renewal. CECH credit is not available for viewing the recorded webinars.

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