Who we are
In 2018 Northwest Imaging Forums, Inc. celebrates 29 years of offering high quality and affordable continuing educational conferences. The program format for each conference is developed by professionals who are all aware of the day to day continuing education needs of working radiologists and technologists. Unless otherwise noted, most conferences are designed primarily for technologists. Each program is designed for those actively involved in the clinical application of the modality covered and for those wishing to expand their knowledge about these ever growing technologies.
We offer meetings dedicated to:
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Continuing Education Credit hours can be used to renew any national and state license (ARRT) which accepts or requires Category A CE Credit. In 2017, Northwest Imaging Forums, Inc. will offer physician CME Category 1 accreditation for selected conferences. In addition we are now offering certain courses with MPCEC (Medical Physics Continuing Education Credit). Please call or email for more information on which programs are approved for CME physician credit, or MPCEC Physics Credit. A certificate of attendance is issued (mailed) to all attendees who successfully complete the program. We invite you to review our 2016 calendar of meetings above and contact us with any questions you may have.
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