Introduction

ABMDI Continuing Education Credits

ABMDI Continuing Education Credits

Overview

The Forensic Technology Center of Excellence is thrilled to offer American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators (ABMDI) Continuing Education (CE) credits to those who attend the following virtual events.

ABMDI credits will be calculated by total time spent watching. For the best viewing experience, each individual session is designed to be watched in its entirety in one sitting. Each session results in a certificate of completion.

After you have completed a session and acquired your certificate, please contact info@abmdi.us with your certificate to apply for the ABMDI CE credits. If you experience any difficult accessing your certificates, please contact forensicCOE@rti.org.

We are unable to administer ABMDI credits to users watching in groups. In order to receive your CE credits, you must be logged in to our learning ecosystem under your own name. If you are not logged in under your own name, you will not receive CE credits.

Learn more about ABMDI CE Credits Here!

Virtual Events

2021 IACME Annual Symposium – Education Modules
Credits: Up to 2 hours
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Cradle to Cane: Investigation of Crimes Against Vulnerable Victims
Credits: Up to 13.6 hours
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Online Workshop: 2018 IAC&ME Training Symposium
Credits: Up to 5.5 hours
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The Vicarious Trauma Toolkit - An Evidence-Informed Resource for Organizations
Credits: Up to 1.5 hours
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2019 National Opioid and Emerging Drug Threats Policy and Practice Forum
Credits: Up to 10.8 hours
Click here to learn more!

Medicolegal Death Investigation: Locating and Notifying Next of Kin & Donation 101
Credits: Up to 1.75 hours
Click here to learn more!

The Opioid Epidemic: An Update from the Coroner/ME Perspective
Credits: Up to .83 hour
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Deaths in Custody: A Comprehensive Review
Credits: Up to 1 hour
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Funding for these Forensic Technology Center of Excellence events was provided by the National Institute of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.

The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this event are those of the presenter(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the U.S. Department of Justice or the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators.

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