ARRT to Discontinue CE Credits for Some Authorship

Effective Jan. 1, 2022, ARRT will no longer accept continuing education (CE) for authorship—except for authorship of peer-reviewed articles published in refereed journals.

How to Receive Category A Credit for Authorship

You can receive authorship CE credit for peer-reviewed articles if you:

  • Publish an article in a journal listed in MEDLINE or on the ARRT-accepted journal list to be published in fall 2021.
  • Submit an approval request to a CE approver using the CE approver’s process.
  • Receive a unique reference number from the CE approver and report it to ARRT.
  • Report the Category A credits you earned to ARRT when you’re scheduled to report your biennial CE.

Following input from last year’s Call for Comments, we decided to retain CE credit for some authorship. You can’t use CE credits earned for authorship for ARRT education requirements that require a credit distribution and are linked to the content outlines (i.e., structured education, Continuing Qualifications Requirements).