MedBridge is committed to providing the highest-quality educational content. As a part of this commitment, we review course material annually to identify opportunities to refresh our Continuing Education (CE) catalog.
In this article, we will discuss articles that have been marked for retirement at the end of 2022. A complete list of CE courses scheduled for retirement can be found at the links below.
When will courses be retired?
- November 15, 2022: CE courses scheduled to be retired will no longer be visible in catalog but will still be startable if already featured in Knowledge Tracks.
- December 31, 2022: CE courses scheduled for retirement must be completed by this date in order to be eligible for CE credit.
- January 1, 2023: CE courses to be retired will no longer be eligible for accreditation.
- January 13, 2023: Courses are fully removed from the course catalog. All Knowledge Tracks that utilize retired courses must be updated by this date.
If I have Knowledge Tracks that feature a retired course, what should I do?
To keep your reporting consistent, we advise you to create a duplicate Knowledge Track, remove the course(s) being retired, and assign the new copied Knowledge Track to your staff.
For any courses with replacements, you can also add the suggested replacement courses to your new Knowledge Track. Need help? Read more about copying a Knowledge Track here.
Which courses are being retired?
You can find a list of all courses being retired in 2022 at the links below in either PDF or Excel format. Within these documents, you'll find explanations for why the course is being retired as well as links to replacement courses, if available.
If you have any questions about course retirement, feel free to contact us.