Welcome to the Avera CE Portal

In the Avera CE Portal, users will have the opportunity complete evaluations and download certificates of attendance, review and print transcripts, register for upcoming conferences/symposiums and educational activities.

To access these important features:

  1. Log into the Avera CE Portal, if you are not sure you have a profile, click “Forgot Your Password?” and if you have not yet created a profile in the Avera CE Portal click on “Don’t have an account”.

  2. Once Logged into the portal, select "My CME" to update your profile, access evaluations, certificates and transcripts. 

For the best user experience we recommend you access the Avera CE Portal using Google Chrome. For assistance contact:  averacontinuingeducation@avera.org or call 605-322-7879.

 

 


If you do not have a profile, click the button below to create one.

 

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Upcoming Avera Events:

AMG Virtual CME Courses
2nd Thursday of every month (12pm-1pm) via WebEx
These lunchtime sessions on relevant, provider-chosen topics are available to providers from the comfort of their office or home computer.

The Opioid Epidemic:  A Wicked Problem of the Worst Kind
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Opioid overdoses are in daily headlines around the nation.  Health care and law enforcement professionals are seeing the signs of this epidemic across the region.  The agenda for this day will open with a national perspective, followed by several community experts discussing circumstances they already experience and options to prepare for the growing trend.

Avera Ethics Conference 2017
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Health care employees are among the occupations most likely to experience workplace violence committed by patients, visitors, intruders and coworkers. Workplace violence results in physical and emotional injury, time away from work, moral distress, burnout and employee turnover. The US Department of Labor and Occupational Safety and Health Administration have prioritized efforts to address the rising epidemic of violence against US health care workers.  

Click here for additional events