The UCNS Board of Directors has approved an extension of the Neuroimaging practice track through the 2017 examination. After 2017, only those physicians who have completed a UCNS-accredited Neuroimaging fellowship or who are faculty of a UCNS-accredited Neuroimaging fellowship will be able to apply for certification.
UCNS has launched a new online CME Tracker to assist diplomates in the UCNS recertification process. Diplomates can now quickly and conveniently enter earned CME and generate a report at any time to track their progress in meeting UCNS recertification requirements. The CME Tracker also allows diplomates with more than one UCNS subspecialty certification to monitor their progress for each certification.
To get started using the CME Tracker, users must first register and create a personal log-in. Once the log-in has been approved, diplomates can begin entering their CME activities. Instructions for using the CME Tracker and recertification information can be found on each subspecialty certification page. For more information, contact Todd Bulson at email@example.com or (612) 928-6067.
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The UCNS annual accreditation fee will increase in 2014. This is the first increase by UCNS in accreditation fees, and is necessary to cover administrative costs associated with the rising number of UCNS programs. The annual fee will increase from $1,150 to $1,500. Accredited programs pay the annual fee by July 1 every year. This fee increase also affects the new program application fee, which includes the first year's annual fee. This fee will increase from $3,150 to $3,500 effective June 1, 2014. The continuing accreditation fee of $1,000 will not increase.
Questions may be directed to Amanda Carpenter, Accreditation Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (612) 928-6399.