How do I access JACC articles?
JACC articles will appear in Latest in Cardiology, Topic Collections and Recommended for You. Full access to JACC articles is an ACC member benefit. You must be logged in as a member to obtain complete access. Links to JACC Journals can be found:
How do I go to JACC.org?
How do I find Guidelines?
New guidelines will appear in the Latest in Cardiology section and in the Clinical Topic Collection Guidelines tabs. On the Guidelines page, you can filter by topic, document type and/or date range. Links to Guidelines are found:
What are Clinical Topic Collections?
Rather than spreading content across multiple sections, these collections pull related information together – providing a complete picture of the content available for that area of interest. The type of content within the Clinical Topic Collections can include guidelines, articles, images, slide sets, videos, audio, education, toolkits, products and more. You can subscribe to content from a single Clinical Topic Collections using the “Notify Me” button visible at the top of a collection page when you are logged in as an ACC member, or you can manage your personalization options under “My Profile.” See the “How can I personalize the content I see?” section above.
What is Latest in Cardiology?
Latest in Cardiology pulls together multiple article types and themes to provide you with up-to-date coverage of important new developments in cardiology. Latest in Cardiology content includes ACC news stories, journal scans, clinical trials, the latest publications in the JACC family of journals, and more. You can also refine your results by choosing to view only ACC.org Editor's Picks, filtering by specific topics, or selecting specific date ranges. If you are logged in to your ACC.org account, you can also save articles to My Library for easy reference.
How Do I Access My CME and MOC Credits and Transcripts?
- Log into ACC.org.
- Click on “My ACC” and choose “My CME & MOC” from the drop-down menu.
- On the "My CME/CE Transcript" page you will find a detailed summary of your activities. You can filter the results of your listing by date, Learning Pathways and Credit Types. You can also manually add educational activities or print your transcript by clicking on links on this page.
Where can I find CME activities?
- CME activities can be found in the education catalog on the Education and Meetings page.
- Activities can be filtered by topic, activity type, credit type and date range.
- CME activities can also be found on each topic collection.
- CME activities can also be found through the site-wide search at the top of each page on ACC.org.