ASFA is excited to announce the continuation of the ASFA educational webinar series in 2020 addressing various aspects and applications of apheresis in both donor and patient settings.
ASFA webinars enable professionals in the study of apheresis medicine to learn the latest in the field, in the convenient location of their facility!
Although only one audio and web connection is allowed per registrant, there is no limit on the number of participants per location. Invite your colleagues and staff to participate in the webinars by using the broadcast audio and projecting the slides on to a large screen using an LCD projector. All participants can earn Continuing Education Credits* after completing an online evaluation.
Each webinar includes one CEU credit; however, additional CEU credits can be purchased for $25 each.
Take advantage of ASFA’s schedule of educational webinars and register today!
New: Please note that you also need to register with GoToWebinar in order to receive IP specific login details!
Remember to log in to your ASFA member account before you register to receive a $0 registration rate!
Please note that there is no extra charge if the additional attendee(s) do(es) not wish to obtain continuing education credits.
You will receive an email with instructions on how to join the meeting the week the webinar is scheduled to take place. As an alternative option, you may purchase the the downloadable version of the webinar.
Please note that we are unable to offer a refund for cancellations.
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Continuing Education Credit Information
CEUs have been approved by ASFA along with the California Board of Registered Nursing. A maximum of 12 CEUs can be earned through this educational activity, one credit for each webinar. (ASFA Provider Number CEP 14122)
This continuing medical laboratory education activity is recognized by the American Society for Clinical Pathology as meeting the criteria for 12 hours of CMLE credit, one credit for each webinar. ASCP CMLE credit hours are acceptable to meet the continuing education requirement for the ASCP Board of Registry Certification Maintenance Program. (ASFA Provider Number 261-12-11)
To be eligible for any of the above, you must register for, and attend, the entire session for which you are requesting credit. Continuing Education Credits will be applied to the name on the registration form. Should you have multiple people sharing the webinar line at your institution who also wish to obtain Continuing Education Credits, add $25 per person.
Evaluations and Continuing Education Credit applications will be sent to all registered attendees following each webinar.
Unfortunately, ASFA is no longer offering Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits for attendees of the webinars. ASFA will look into offering CME for webinars in subsequent years.
Setting up a Webinar - Technical Requirements
To attend this educational webinar series, you will require access to a computer with audio capabilities. You will need to install web conferencing software on your computer. Prior to the webinar, you will receive an email with instructions on how to install the software.
Should you have further questions about this event, please contact us.
DISCLAIMER It is the intent of the American Society for Apheresis (ASFA), the authors and the editors, to provide current and accurate information to the reader. Furthermore, ASFA, the authors and the editors disclaim any responsibility for any adverse event as a consequence, directly or indirectly, from the application of any suggested treatment, protocol, and/or procedure. Nor will ASFA, the authors or the editors accept responsibility for any undetected errors or misunderstanding of any information contained in this document. The apheresis principles, policies, and procedures described in this document must be prescribed by a qualified physician and administered under the supervision of a qualified physician (as outlined in the ASFA publication Organizational Guidelines For Therapeutic Apheresis Facilities and the ASFA Clinical Applications and Standards Committee) and in accordance with applicable Federal, State, and Local regulatory agency requirements.