Now available on the AAST website is the new issue of A2Zzz (Volume 25, Number 3).
While reading the enhanced online edition, you also have the option of downloading the issue as a PDF file.
In this issue you will find outstanding articles such as:
- Restless Legs Syndrome and Diabetes
- The Credential Exam: Don't Sweat It ... Nail It!
- Waking up to a Major But Necessary Decision: An Open Letter to Local School Board
- Don't Overlook the Value of State and Regional Sleep Societies
- Improving Safety in Sleep Disorders Centers: A Primer For Using Root Cause Analysis
- Should Sleep Technologists Be Reading Clinical Research Studies?
- And much more!
Although A2Zzz is now available as an online resource for both AAST members and non-members, only AAST members have the opportunity to earn 2.0 AAST continuing education credits (CECs) by reading the magazine. Read four of the designated CEC articles and go online to claim your credits by December 6, 2016.
Please note, you MUST be logged into your account in order to retrieve CECs for this A2Zzz issue.
How to Claim your CECs
Don’t forget the AAST recently released a new and improved method for members to claim Continuing Education Credits for each issue of A2Zzz. Members may now only claim your CECs directly online through the AAST website.
After logging into your AAST account and opening the A2Zzz CEC for Members page, you will see an additional button: “Earn CECs”. Clicking on that button will take you to a page that lists the articles eligible for earning CECs. You will be able to click on the “Earn CECs” link next to each article name to claim the CEC for that article and complete a brief evaluation. Please note that only a maximum of 2.00 CECs can be earned, even if additional articles are eligible.
When you are completed with this process, the CECs will automatically be applied to your account, reflected on the “My CECs” page, and tracked on your AAST Transcript. Additionally, you will be able to print a certificate for each issue that you’ve claimed CECs for online. Should you have any questions while completing the online claims process, please contact the National Office at 630-737-9704.