The following course was completed for review on February 18, 2014
1) Name of program: Laboratory Evaluation of Kidney Function by Sarah Hackenmueller, PhD
2) Website: http://www.arup.utah.edu/education/kidney.php
3) Does this program meet ASCP CMP CE guidelines? Yes. (Florida CE: Clinical Chemistry) This program is also an approved CME and SAM module
4) Does program provider also offer CME for physicians? Yes
5) Are the objectives clear and is there compelling evidence an educational needs gap be addressed? Yes
6) Does the content include refresher material or is this new content based on significant research from the last 7 years? Includes current research analysis and > 80% refresher material
7) How many questions are included in the quiz? 5
8) What is the required percentage for passing? 80
9) Can the quiz be retaken? Yes - multiple times. One quiz question was impractical because you would have had to memorize an entire chart in order to get it correct.
10) Can a learner see how their responses compared to other learners? No
11) Can a certificate of completion be printed by learner on a future date? It is not made clear or easy on the site to print at a future time, but since it is approved CME, the education contact listed on the site will likely assist with verification of completion if original certificate is lost.
12) When does this program expire? August 28, 2015
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