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Posted On October 27, 2020
ATA Announces Expanded CME Offering for ATA2020 Content
Great News! ATA2020 content has recently been approved for Continuing Education Credits through University of Virginia Office of Continuing Education.
In addition to the 8 maximum credits originally offered through Research Content, a maximum of 45.25 credits have also been approved for CME through Non-Research Enduring Content.
Content is available for viewing by registered attendees through June 26, 2021, and you can claim CME by July 1, 2021. Please review CME submission procedures and requirements, as there are two separate processed to submit for both sets of CME (Research and Non-Research Enduring Content).
If you had already submitted for Research Content CME, you can go back and claim for Non-Research Content CME that you have viewed.
See which sessions are eligible.
If you’d like to view ATA2020 Content, but didn’t attend ATA2020 Virtual Conference, you can register here through December 31, 2020.