JACI and JACI: In Practice have a plethora of CME opportunities!
Read an article to earn credit
Each journal publishes at least one article as a CME activity in every issue. Simply read the article denoted as a CME activity and then take a short multiple-choice exam on the content to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM
|Read the articles here
|And access the CME exams here
Review an article to earn credit
Reviewers for both journals can earn CME credits. Reviewers can earn 3.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for each completed review that achieves a passing score. Each reviewer can claim credit for up to 5 reviews each calendar year.
To claim CME credit for reviewing a JACI article, visit: 2023 JACI Manuscript Reviews
To claim CME credit for reviewing a JACI: In Practice article, visit: 2023 JACI In Practice Manuscript Reviews
To claim CME credit for reviewing a JACI: Global article, visit: 2023 JACI Global Manuscript Reviews
Interested in learning more about reviewing for the JACI or JACI: In Practice? Visit the Journal's respective "Information for Reviewers" pages for helpful reviewer resources.
- JACI: https://www.jacionline.org/content/information-for-reviewers
- JACI: In Practice: https://www.jaci-inpractice.org/content/information-for-reviewers
JACI: In Practice Virtual Journal Club
JACI: In Practice, in conjunction with the New Allergist/Immunologist Assembly (NAIA), hosts quarterly Virtual Journal Club events. Each is a one-hour live webinar discussing two recently published JACI: In Practice articles. Either join the Club live or watch the recorded version to claim credit. For information on upcoming and past CME events: https://www.jaci-inpractice.org/virtual-journal-club
Internet Point-of-Care (IPOC) Learning
You can earn CME credit for researching answers to your questions using JACI and JACI: In Practice articles! Visit https://education.aaaai.org/pipro/IPOC2021 for more information.
JACI and JACI: In Practice are proud to present Statistics for the Non-Statistician, an online CME course designed to help reviewers optimally evaluate the validity of the articles they review. A lead biostatistical reviewer for the Journals, David Mauger, PhD, presents. Watch it here: https://education.aaaai.org/research-principles/statistics