AASP to Launch Online Continuing Education Programs
Access to home study and online textbook review courses (TRC) will be available prior to April 15th of this year. Those members who are credential eligible can apply approved online or home study CME/CE towards obtaining a Diplomate or Fellow status through the AASP. Continuing education programs are offered to members at a substantial discount.
March 25, 2003
AASP to Offer Custom Website Development for Members
The American Academy of Spine Physicians (AASP) is committed to developing educational resources for its members. The Academy is also committed to enhancing public awareness of the role of chiropractic physicians and neurosurgeons in spinecare. One of the most important steps in this process is the development of unique and user-friendly web resources, which can be used to effectively, broadcast information. The AASP just lunched its website/webportal programming project.
For a nominal fee the AASP is dedicated to providing members with an unprecedented opportunity to have a custom website developed which plugs into a continually updated database of information located on the AASP website. The customized website will make available virtually seamless public and patient access to clinical information from the members own website. This impressive opportunity will provide member with an informative and up to date website with a minimum of cost and effort. Members also have the option of using the drs.spinephysician.org domain and having a “Member of AASP” logo on their website representing their active member status. This display of involvement will make their patients’ and the public aware of their commitment to spinecare and of their affiliation with an international organization representing the alliance between chiropractic physicians and neurosurgeons. It also represents the member’s leadership role in the field. Access to website plug into the AASP database requires active membership with the organization.