ACAC.live publishes educational content for professional development. To receive credit toward ACAC recertification, text or email your name along with the verification code embedded in each selection to the ACAC office at acacrecert@gmail.com.

NOTE:
Credits are granted to current ACAC.LIVE subscribers only, and can be applied only to the current two-year ACAC recertification period. If you accumulate more than the required number of credits in a single two-year period, keep your subscription current and then wait until after recertification to submit additional verification codes.

READ: CDC Diagnosis and Management of Tickborne Rickettsial Diseases

This report updates the 2006 CDC recommendations for the diagnosis and management of tickborne rickettsial diseases in the United States. Updated recommendations are needed to address the changing epidemiology of tickborne rickettsial diseases, provide current information about new and emerging tickborne rickettsial pathogens, and highlight advances in recommended diagnostic tests and updated treatment information.

 48 pages. This article is worth three recertification credits (RC). To earn your credits, find the six-digit verification code embedded in this document and text or email the verification code to acacrecert@gmail.com.

ACAC tracks your credits as part of your ACAC.LIVE subscription. Request a report of your earned credits by emailing our staff at acacrecert@gmail.com.

 

READ: ACAC Guidance Document on Microbial Sampling

READ: CDC Vessel (Cruise Ship) Sanitation Program (Part 6 of 6)