Am I required to register?
Yes. The site is free, but everyone must take a minute to register in order to access it.
Do I have to be a physician to access the site?
No. The entire site is available to everyone who registers.
I forgot my username and/or password. What can I do?
On the log-in page, click the hyperlinked text that says, "I have forgotten my username or password." Follow the instructions to submit your email address, and your username and password will be emailed to that address.
What do I do if I don’t know my password?
On the login page, please click “Forgot Password” next to the login button and follow the prompts to reset your password.
What if I forgot or no longer have access to the email address associated with my account?
If you’re just not sure, submit your best guesses; it will state if there is no account associated with that email. If you can’t figure it out or if you can no longer access the correct email account, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
I know I have the correct login credentials—why aren’t they working?
If you’re certain your email and password are correct, try the following:
How can I change my account email or update other account information?
While logged in, click “My Profile” from the account menu (upper right corner) and make whatever changes are needed. Be sure to click “Save Changes” before exiting the page.
How do I unsubscribe from email or change my email preferences?
Click on the “Unsubscribe” link at the bottom of any CCO email, which will open your browser at your profile page where you can modify your email preferences.
How do I delete my CCO account?
Please send an email to email@example.com.
I have more than one CCO account—can I combine them?
If you have earned CME/CE credit while using more than one CCO account, we are not able to combine them. However, we can deactivate an account you no longer wish to use. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
I registered for a Webinar—how do I log in?
You should receive an access link by email at least once prior to the date of Webinar. (Please check your spam folder.) If you cannot find the link, email email@example.com with the date, time, and name (or topic) of the Webinar. Email is typically processed more quickly than a voicemail, and we will want to email you the link. We will do our best to get the link to you in time, but it is highly recommended that you reach out at least a few hours prior to the Webinar start time.
Please do not attempt to login to the Webinar more than 15 minutes prior to the start time.
Do I need special software?
You may be prompted to download Adobe Connect, if it is not installed already. This is generally a quick process.
Can I attend on my phone?
If you have the Adobe Connect app on your device and have a strong data connection, you may be able to, but this is not recommended if you have other options. Audio issues have occasionally been reported by attendees using mobile devices, and a larger screen size can be helpful in many cases.
I could not attend an event/Webinar that I was interested in—can I view a recording of it?
We often post audio recordings and/or downloadable slidesets from Webinars and events, usually available within a few weeks after the event. Depending on your email subscriptions, you may be informed when new content is posted to the site. But you can also periodically check the main site page of your specialty for the latest content. (Go to www.clinicaloptions.com and click the specialty from the main menu.)
How can I tell if a Webinar or event is accredited for my degree type?
This information is available on the event’s registration page by clicking the “CME Info” link.
How can I find out how much credit can be earned by participating in a specific event or Webinar?
This information is available on the event’s registration page by clicking the “Accreditation” link.
How do I receive credit for participating in a Webinar or in-person event?
You will need to fill out and submit an event evaluation online. A link to the evaluation will be provided during the event. (For Webinars, it should appear on screen to select and copy.) This link is also emailed to event attendees, but this can take a few days. If you do not receive the link within a week, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the date, time, and name (or topic) of the event you attended.
How can I find Web site activities for which I can earn the type of credit I need?
On the main page of each specialty, you can search by credit type (as well as by content type and topic.)
Can I use your slides in a presentation that I’m giving?
Please feel free to use, update, and share some or all of our slides in your noncommercial presentations to colleagues or patients. When using our slides, please retain the CCO slide credit attribution, including the CCO logo and URL, in the bottom right corner of each CCO slide.
These slides may not be published, posted online, or used in commercial presentations without permission. Please contact email@example.com for details.
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