Instructions for Earning Credit
AAST members who read A2Zzz and claim their credits online by the deadline can earn 2.00 AAST Continuing Education Credits (CECs) per issue, for up to 8.00 AAST CECs per year. AAST CECs are accepted by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT) and the American Board of Sleep
To earn AAST CECs, carefully read the entirety of the Q1 issue of A2Zzz and claim your credits online in the Learning Center. You must go online to claim your credits by the deadline noted in each respective A2Zzz issue. After the successful completion of the learning assessment, your certifcate will be available in the My CEC Portal acknowledging the credits earned.
The A2Zzz continuing education credit offering is an exclusive learning opportunity for AAST members only and is a free beneft of membership.
Statement of Approval
This activity has been planned and implemented by the AAST Board of Directors to meet the educational needs of sleepcare professionals. AAST CECs are accepted by the Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists (BRPT) and the American Board of Sleep Medicine (ABSM). Individuals should only claim credit for the issues they read in full and evaluate for this educational activity.
Statement of Educational Purpose & Overall Educational Objectives
A2Zzz provides current sleep-related information that is relevant to sleep-care professionals. The magazine also informs readers about recent and upcoming activities of AAST. A2Zzz should beneft readers in their practice of sleep or in their management and administration of a sleep disorders center.
Readers of A2Zzz Should be Able to do the Following:
- Analyze articles for information that improves their understanding of sleep, sleep disorders, sleep studies and treatment options
- Interpret this information to determine how it relates to the practice of sleep care and medicine
- Decide how this information can improve the techniques and procedures that are used to evaluate sleep disorders patients and treatments
- Apply this knowledge in the practice of sleep care and medicine