News | Radiology Education | May 06, 2020

Canon Medical Expands Educational and Training Opportunities

New education and training support web portal provides customers access to the resources they need, when they need them

New education and training support web portal provides customers access to the resources they need, when they need them

May 6, 2020 — To support customers and clinicians with quality online education and to promote access to training whenever and wherever they need it, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. has launched a new web portal. Users can access the resources they need, when they need them, through web-based learning tools, mobile-friendly resources and accredited opportunities.

Resources on the Education and Training Support web portal include:  

  • Complimentary accredited Canon Medical training courses: 29 accredited courses across a variety of topics, from digital imaging to essentials in leadership.
  • Complimentary CE and ACCME certified courses from MedMentor: Until May 20, users can access over 35 certified courses for ultrasound, CT and vascular.
  • Relevant video and news resources: credible links to trending articles and videos that address changes and updates in the healthcare industry.

“Helping our customers with continuing education so they can serve their patients and communities is of the highest importance to Canon Medical,” said Karen La Point, senior vice president, chief sales and channel officer, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. “As we navigate the current changes in healthcare, it’s our privilege to provide relevant, high-quality education to medical professionals around the country. Right now more than ever, our customers have enough things to worry about – where to get their needed education and credits shouldn’t be one of them.”

For more information: us.medical.canon

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