hand-picked articles that earn you ceus while you read & learn
Journal articles with questionnaires
Peer reviewed, open access journal articles carefully selected to inform clinical practice in a variety of fields. Read the article and then answer the online multiple choice questions. If you achieve a score of 70% or more you will qualify for 1 CEU per 5 questions (usually 2-3 CEUS per article).
Questionnaires are scored immediately by the website and you will be able to print/save your CPD certificate. Your participation in these activities will be submitted by The OT Link to HPCSA directly, monthly.
Grab a coffee and log into The OT Link Website. Open the “My Courses” Tab on the Home Page navigation bar and find your purchased course/article activity listed.
Click on the course and begin the lessons. You can complete them all at once or you can start, pause and resume lessons to complete them in your own time.
Once you have finished a lesson, click the “Mark complete” button.
You will then be able to access the respective quiz from the “My Courses” page.
Complete the quiz. Please check your answers before submitting the quiz. You only have 3 attempts at the quiz. You need to score 70% or more to qualify for the CEU points. If you are unsure of something, you can go back to the presentation video and check and then come back and complete the quiz (as long as you haven’t submitted it yet).
When you are ready, submit the quiz. It will mark it for you. Select “Continue” to complete the course. You will then be able to Download your CPD certificate.
Leave us a review and rate the article.
The website will store your certificate under your “My Courses” page if you would like to access it later. A green certificate icon will appear next to the course and the status will be marked complete. Click on the icon to see your certificate.
The OT Link will submit your activity completion dates, details and points directly to the HPCSA. This is done monthly.
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