ACA Is Working to Expand Your CE Options

ACA Is Working to Expand Your CE Options

Author: Robert Jones/Wednesday, April 22, 2020/Categories: Association News, Professional Development

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By Robert C. Jones, DC, ACA President

During the past few weeks, the American Chiropractic Association (ACA) has been working to bring doctors of chiropractic information and resources that are crucial to navigating practice and business challenges presented by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak --you’ll find this information at www.acatoday.org/COVID-19. Another area of our work is to expand access to CE credits on Learn ACA, our online learning platform.

As we are all aware, the need for social distancing has led to the cancellation of many in-person education events this year. Luckily, the availability of online education enables chiropractors who are searching for opportunities to expand their clinical knowledge and business skills to do so from the safety of their homes. The Learn ACA platform was built to offer convenience to chiropractors, but the significance of what it offers today goes beyond even what we could have imagined.

At Learn ACA, we understand that when chiropractors are searching for online learning opportunities, they want quality and affordability. We deliver both. The platform has more than 65 programs, many of which are under $25 and more than 10 of which are FREE to ACA members.

 

At Learn ACA, we understand that when chiropractors are searching for online learning opportunities, they want quality and affordability. We deliver both. The platform has more than 65 programs, many of which are under $25 and more than 10 of which are FREE to ACA members. Topics such as Medicare, documentation and coding, building a shoulder and neck rehab program, mechanical assessment of the spine and the neurology of the posture system are just a few examples of the relevant, cutting-edge programs available.

Many of ACA’s programs, which are PACE approved, are eligible for CE credit in the states. However, not all states are on board…yet. As a result, ACA is reaching out to several states to petition them to approve CE credits for ACA programs. This would further expand doctors’ options for quality continuing education opportunities.

ACA’s programs meet the highest possible standards and we strive for educational excellence. In addition, our on-demand courses are available 24/7 to registrants, so they can learn at a time that is most convenient for them. To provide some financial relief to chiropractors this spring, we are also offering a special discount of 25% off total purchases.

We will keep you up to date on any changes that happen as a result of our efforts. Until then, keep learning and stay safe.

 

 

 

 

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