We value your input!
Following the meeting, we ask you to evaluate the courses and programs at the Annual Meeting. Your feedback is critical to the AUA as it begins planning the 2020 AUA Annual Meeting. The evaluations are read carefully by course directors and faculty members, and are used to enhance and improve future courses. The evaluations also help the AUA to identify and respond to learner needs.
Getting Your CME Credits or Certificate of Attendance
Three ways to claim your CME:
- Onsite: Claim your CME certificate/Certificate of Attendance at the CME Desk in the AUAUniversity Store, located in The Square, McCormick Place, Level 3.
- Mobile App: The AUA2019 Mobile App is available (and free) through the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store.
- Online: After May 6, you may claim your credit online.
Note: All 2019 Annual Meeting CME credits/participation must be claimed by December 31, 2019. Credits/participation for the 2019 Annual Meeting cannot be claimed after this date. You must scan your badge upon entrance into courses and sessions (except for Plenary) offered for credit to have your credits automatically entered onto your transcript. All Plenary Session credits must be self-claimed with a valid badge login at the CME booth, online or via the Annual Meeting Mobile App. Credits will be awarded only to the person whose name is associated with the badge.