CME @ AJT
Please note: To take advantage of this new opportunity, you will need to register at the Wiley Health Learning website, which allows your CME credits to be appropriately attributed to you.
Images in Transplantation is a monthly feature of journal-based CME, brought to you by the American Journal of Transplantation. Edited by Douglas W. Hanto and Sandy Feng, Images in Transplantation takes a case-based approach, providing you the opportunity to explore images illustrating a clinical problem and enhance your knowledge by answering CME questions.
Each activity has clear educational objectives and provides the opportunity for you to earn 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ upon completion of the activity online.
Look and Learn.
Submit your Images for Consideration
If you're enjoying this new feature, why not consider submitting a paper for consideration for Images in Transplantation? The editors invite you to submit original case-based or expert review articles with images that represent experience in the clinical setting and/or interpretation of published data on the medical and/or surgical aspects of transplantation.
Instructions to Authors Submitting Images in Transplantation
- Images in Transplantation / CME Instructions [145 KB]
- Images in Transplantation / CME Disclosure Form [322 KB]
- Guide to Writing Test Questions & Answers for CME Activities [284 KB] NEW
Information on CME Credits for Authors
Authors of journal-based CME articles and questions for assessments are not eligible to complete the activity and claim 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ for that article, as they are involved in its development. However, the lead author (first listed) of the article can claim ten (10) AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ per article, directly from the AMA.
Credit may be claimed for publishing, as the lead author (first listed), a peer-reviewed article in a journal included in the MEDLINE bibliographic database. This does not include editing activities or contributions to books.
Documentation: Attach a reprint or copy of the page(s) of the journal which include the name of the author listed first, the name of the journal, and the date published.
Certificate dates: If multiple articles are submitted, you will receive one certificate indicating the date range for the past three years in which you are claiming credit for published articles, with the start date being the publication date of the earliest article submitted, and the end date being the publication date of the most recent article submitted. If you submit articles that published more than three years ago you will receive a separate certificate for these activities.
To claim credit: Download the Direct Credit application and submit the completed application along with the required documentation and appropriate processing fee. Full instructions are found on the Direct Credit application.
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