As part of our dedication to foster academic pursuits in each stage of their careers, Labroots users participating in our virtual events and webinars can earn Continuing Education and/or Continuing Medical Education credits. Each event offers different educational credits based on the content of the event and the eligibility of each individual presentation. You can learn about what credits Labroots offered by visiting labroots.com/continuing-education-credits.
Please visit labroots.com/continuing-education-credits to learn more about each type of continuing education credit that LabRoots offers. Each event offers different educational credits based on the content of the event and the eligibility of each individual presentation.
To earn educational credits, you must view an entire presentation. Following the presentation, you must click on the educational credit link provided for that particular speaker and follow the required process, which varies from an evaluation to a short quiz. Once you have completed the process, you will receive a certificate for the educational credit.
Yes, you can still receive credits by viewing a presentation on demand. Continuing Education credits can be earned by watching a presentation live during a conference or any time after the live broadcast on demand.
LabRoots offers different educational credits depending on the content of the presentation. The following Continuing Education credits are offered for relevant presentations:
If the credit links are not working, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1-714-930-3518.
CE credits are available for every qualified presentation. You can earn credits for each presentation attended provided you follow steps to complete your certification for the presentations viewed.
Credits for each presentation are available live or on demand. The presentations are available any time after the live broadcast on labroots.com through the Virtual Events or Webinars link. You can redeem CE credits for qualified presentations after viewing for as long as the presentations are available on labroots.com.