Acupuncture Continuing Education

Pelvic Inflammatory Disease and Cervicitis

Video Course Materials 


Part One


Part Two


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Instructions: Quizzes, Certificates of Completion, Downloads

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After Login, a menu appears entitled "Courses, Tests, Certificates"

Click on "Acupuncture Courses"

Follow the links. Courses can be downloaded to multiple locations, quizzes can be taken (and re-taken if needed), and certificates of completion can be saved and printed.

Note: First, select the Quiz button. Next, it changes to the Take Test button. This changes to a get Certificate button once you have passed the test.







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