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CONTINUING EDUCATION

Frequently asked questions about the MAT Conference

FAQ’s

How many CEs can I receive for attending the 6th Annual MAT Conference?
8.5 NAADAC CEs and 8.5 APSC credits will be available.
How do I receive CE for the 6th Annual MAT Conference?

Continuing education (CE) is based upon the completion of the MAT Conference Participant Evaluation AND the logged duration spent within each presentation you attend. The MAT Conference Participation Evaluation survey link is sent on the final day of the conference to the email address you used to register for the conference. The completed evaluation is due on 9/29/22 and is required if you want a 6th Annual MAT Conference Certificate of Completion. The Conference Planning team will verify your attendance in each presentation. Continuing Education (CE) will be available for those who attend the conference live (real time). If you listen to a recorded presentation, you will not receive CE.

I didn’t receive a MAT Conference Participant Evaluation. What should I do?

The MAT Conference Participation Evaluation survey link is sent on the final day of the conference to the email address you used to register for the conference. If you do not receive an evaluation form, please contact Monica Lee at monica@goveventservices.com

NAADAC or APSC? Which one is for me?

NAADAC continuing education hours are approved by the following organizations and boards: Alaska Commission for Behavioral Health Certification, social workers, and national board of certified counselors. For a complete list, please visit:

https://www.naadac.org/naadac-ce-approvals

APSC credits are approved for Law Enforcement Officers, Probational Officers, and Correctional Officers. For additional information, please visit: https://dps.alaska.gov/Home

I don’t see my profession listed on the NAADAC link, what should I do?

You are encouraged to contact your specific licensing board and follow their recommendations.

Can I get APSC credits if I work in Law Enforcement?

APSC Credits are approved for Law Enforcement Officers, Probational Officers, and Correctional Officers. Be sure to check the box on the MAT Conference Participant Evaluation for APSC credit. The planning team will send the certificates to the accrediting body.

I can’t attend the conference live, can I still get CE if I listen to recorded presentations?

No. Continuing Education (CE) are available for those who attend the conference live (real time). If you listen to a recorded presentation, you will not receive CE.

I missed a few hours from the conference, will I be able to get the full amount of CE?

No. CE are determined based on the logged duration spent within each presentation you attend.

Are you offering Continuing Medical Education credits (CME)?

No. We are unable to offer CME for the 6th Annual MAT Conference

How long will it take for me to get the 6th Annual MAT Conference Certificate of Completion?

Certificates of Completion will be sent out within 30 days upon receiving the completed MAT Conference Participation Evaluation.

The completed MAT Conference Participation Evaluation is due on 9/29/22 and is required if you want a 6th Annual MAT Conference Certificate of Completion.

I didn’t receive my 6th Annual MAT Conference Certificate of Completion. What should I do?

If you do not receive your 6th Annual MAT Conference Certificate of Completion, please contact Patrick Fleming at patrick@goveventservices.com

Does the 6th Annual MAT Conference meet the opioid education requirement for Alaska medical providers?

No. The State Medical Board’s regulatory requirements for what can qualify for approved continuing medication education are very specific. Unless the training is accredited by the American Medical or Osteopath Association (or Council on Podiatric Medical Association) the credit hours will not count.

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