Unsure how to get started in the virtual space? Labroots has been hosting scientific webinars for 10+ years and we offer a turn-key solution, from webinar production to marketing. Our detailed audience selection methods and site tagging system ensure engaged registrants specific to your webinar topic.
Labroots webinars have all the fixings. We have truly narrowed down the best practices and features that make for a successful webinar.
- Branded registration page
- Live polling & metrics
- 24 months on-demand
- Hosted on the Labroots website forever
- MP4 copy of the webinar
- Comprehensive reporting
- Continuing education (CE) credits to attendees: P.A.C.E., CME, CEU, and more (if applicable)
- Speaker selection assistance (optional)
- Webinar moderation
- Live Q&A
- Webinar marketing
- Email Blasts x 5
- Social Media x 2 (Facebook & Twitter), 1 x (LinkedIn)
- Banner Ads
- Automatic reminder emails to webinar registrants
How it works: After purchasing a webinar or webinar package with Labroots, you will be assigned a production manager to help you gather all the content necessary to get your microsite live, schedule the webinar recording (if pre-recorded), and coordinate with the Labroots marketing team for promotions. Once live, the Labroots marketing team will begin promoting your webinar to your tailored audience selection. After your webinar goes live, you will be provided with a detailed report, including the event attendee information.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
By participating in our virtual events and webinars, you can earn Continuing Education credits. Each event offers different educational credits based on the content of the event and the eligibility of the presentation. Please see below for the types of CE’s offered.
Professional Acknowledgment for Continuing Education (P.A.C.E.)
All laboratory professionals who are licensed or certified need continuing education (CE). Some employers also require CE in addition to or in place of those requirements. This includes all Medical Laboratory Scientists, formerly Clinical Laboratory Scientists or Medical Technologists (known as MLSs, CLSs, or MTs); all Medical Laboratory Technicians, formerly Clinical Laboratory Technicians (known as MLTs or CLTs); and some Phlebotomy Technicians or PBTs. Typically, they need 12 contact hours per year to meet most requirements. Labroots is an approved provider of P.A.C.E. CE credits through the ASCLS. P.A.C.E. CE credits are acceptable in all states and countries except for Florida, USA. We are an approved provider of Florida CE’s through the State of Florida CE Broker. P.A.C.E. CE credits are available during the presentations enduring (on-demand) period and expire after 2 years from the date of the live broadcast.
Continuing Education Unit (CEU)
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) earned through NSGC-approved educational opportunities will be accepted by the American Board of Genetic Counseling for purposes of Genetic Counselor recertification. Labroots works with the NSGC to provide Category 1 CEUs. The NSGC grants a CEU for all educational programs with content targeted specifically to genetic counselors (10 hours of presentation are equivalent to 1 Category 1 CEU). Following the CEU approved presentation, an attendee will be required to take a quiz of the presentation and pass it (pass no fail), as well as fill out an evaluation and submit a $25 fee, to receive their CEU certificate. These certificates are processed and provided by the NSGC. A CEU credit is available during the presentations enduring (on-demand) period and expires after 2 years from the date of the live broadcast.
American Association of Veterinary State Boards Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE)
Veterinarians must certify that they have completed a certain number of hours of approved continuing education to renew their license to practice veterinary medicine. Typically, they need 36 hours per year to meet requirements. Labroots is a provider of R.A.C.E. through the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB). Following the CE-approved presentation, an attendee will be required to fill out an evaluation of the presentation to receive their CE certificate. These certificates are processed and provided by Labroots. R.A.C.E. CE credits are available during the presentations enduring (on-demand) period and expire after 2 years from the date of the live broadcast.
Continuing Medical Education (CME)
This credit refers to a specific form of continuing education that helps those in the medical field maintain competence and learn about new and developing areas of their field. Content for these programs is developed, reviewed, and delivered by faculty who should be experts in their individual clinical areas. Medical professionals are required to obtain CME’s to maintain their licenses. Labroots works with CME Accreditors to provide CME’s. The webinar (and its speakers) must be planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Institute for Medical Quality/California Medical Association (IMQ/CMA). The CME Accreditors grant a CME for all educational programs with content targeted specifically to the medical field. For those presentations approved for CME’s, click on the link provided and you will be directed to complete a short quiz before claiming your continuing education credits. After passing the quiz, you will be directed to email the accredited provider for processing your CME certificate. A CME credit is available during the presentations enduring (on-demand) period and expires after 2 years from the date of the live broadcast.