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Here’s a quick tutorial to show you how to print MOC certificates for our OSU MedNet21 CME Webcast series.
This tutorial is for Web Viewers:
Log into your account on our website (https://ccme.osu.edu) and click on the My Account button. Next, click the MOC Points button.
Once you get to the MOC points certificate section, click on Print All to print a certificate with all of your MOC points. Click the icon to the right of the magnifying glass to print an individual MOC certificate.
Once you click Print All you’ll see a page appear with all of your MOC points and an option for printing.
To save a copy of your points, click the Save button that appears, or click the Change button to print your certificate.
CME Webcast Teaches Viewers About Acute Hepatitis. For his discovery of the virus we now know as hepatitis B and his discovery of a vaccine against it, Dr. Barry Blumberg was awarded the Nobel Prize. At the time of his death, the Scientific Director of the Fox Chase Cancer Center where Blumberg worked said of him: “I think it’s fair to say that Barry prevented more cancer deaths than any person who’s ever lived.” Hepatitis B is only one of a number of viruses as well as drugs and other conditions that can cause acute hepatitis. Here in the studio, with our moderator, to tell us about the different causes of acute hepatitis is hepatologist and Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, Dr. Sean Kelly. And then to discuss the fundamentals of management of patients with acute liver failure, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and the Director of the Section of Hepatology at the Ohio State University, Dr. James Hanje.
View a video introduction of this webcast
What you’ll learn in this webcast
As a result of this educational activity, webcast participants will be able to: IDENTIFY the most common causes of acute hepatitis and characteristics of each type; and IDENTIFY the difference between abnormal liver function tests/acute hepatitis and Acute Liver Failure.
You’ll also learn about the following:
Common causes of acute hepatitis
New developments in the management of acute liver failure
Initial lab testing in patients with acute hepatitis
The role of radiographic imaging in evaluation of acute hepatitis