Q: How do I log in for the AAHS Webinar Series?
A: You should have received an email with the link to the Live Zoom Meeting link for the Sunday Webinar Series. Please be sure to check your spam folder for this email. If you are having trouble locating this email or are continuing to experience difficulty logging in to the virtual meeting, please call 978-927-8330 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What web browser should I use to connect to the meeting?
A: Google Chrome is the preferred web browser for the AAHS Webinar Series in Zoom.
Q: What if I am having trouble connecting to the AAHS Webinar Series?
A: Call 978-927-8330 and let the operator know you are having difficulty connecting to the AAHS Webinar Series. Or email Angela Allard at email@example.com
Q: I just joined AAHS, but I am not able to register as a member.
A: If you have joined AAHS within the last 24-48 hours, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: How do I join the Q+A for the AAHS Webinar Series?
A: To join the Webinar Series Q+A, click on the CHAT BOX right hand of your screen within the Zoom Broadcast. Please ask a question and specify who it should be directed to so the moderators monitoring the feed will be able to ask your question during the Q&A portions of the program.
Q: Will I be able to watch the recordings after the meeting?
A: Yes, the recordings of the Webinar Series presentations will be available online a few weeks after the meeting for your view. Only those whom have registered will be eligible to claim CME for viewing the presentations.
Q: How will I be able to claim CME?
A: For registered attendees, the American Association for Hand Surgery is offering a maximum of 9.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ for physicians and therapists. An electronic survey will be sent to all registered attendees by the end of next week. Once you complete the meeting evaluation & surveys, you will be able to print out your certificate for your attendance. For additional ACCME information please visit the 2021 Accreditation page.