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The 2021 AAPM Virtual Spring Clinical Meeting will apply to the American Society of Radiologic Technologists for approval of Category A credits for the meeting.

  • To obtain credits you must attend each ASRT approved session in entirety. Attendance is tracked via virtual software.
  • You must complete the online evaluation survey in order to receive CAT credit. Please note your ASRT/ARRT ID number is required in order to complete the online evaluation survey. CAT A Credit cannot be released without the appropriate ID number.
  • ASRT has modified the criteria for earning credits for on demand content. AAPM will apply for CAT A credits for watching simulive content during its scheduled time and performing the required evaluation. AAPM will not apply for CAT A credits for sessions viewed on demand after their scheduled time.
  • AAPM will provide certificates to attendees that are in full compliance on June 14, 2021.

ASRT CAT A Approved Sessions:

  • Project Management - Making Better Leaders
  • Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Patient Specific Dosimetry - The Why and The How
  • Nuclear Medicine Updates
  • The Uncertainty Session - Understanding Statistics and Clinical Trials
  • Keeping Out of Harm's Way - Safety Revisited
  • Regulatory and Certification Updates
  • From Page to Clinic - Bringing Good Ideas to Your Physics Group
  • MRI - From Basics to State-of-the-Art Protocols
  • I, Mammo: Artificial Intelligence in Mammography
  • Let's Brach It Down!
  • Automation Station
  • You want it by when: Automating Effective Radiation Oncology Workflows
  • Tomo Topics - Focus on the Clinical Plane
  • Emerging Technologies: Breast Density Software and CEM
  • Topics in QA
  • Practical Strategies to Support EDI through Allyship
  • Fluoroscopy Dose Calculations - Adding Value to Safety
  • The Balancing Act: Optimizing CT Image Quality and Dose
  • Don't Throw the Past Away: New Takes On QA and 3D Printing
  • Live and In Stereo: Mammography Tips and Tricks
  • Picture This: Maximizing the Use of Imaging to Benefit Therapy
  • Patient Communications