Some of the most popular segments at conferences, such as Microbe 2016 coming up in in Jun, are those that give continuing medical education (CME) credit to participants. These CME credits are an important part of being an active medical professional: they keep participants current on best practices and inform practitioners about developing technologies.
Even better than getting CME credit at a conference, however, is getting it in the comfort of your own home or office – for free! The American Society for Microbiology, the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science, and Global Education Group have worked together to provide a free webcast on evidence-based guidelines for urine sample collection and storage. The webcast is partially based on the recently-published review on the same subject, with which regular mBiosphere readers will already be familiar.
-- Julie Wolf
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