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Getting an attendance certificate using MedAll
Getting an attendance certificate using MedAll

After completing a feedback form you can automatically get a certificate for attending a teaching event

Phil McElnay avatar
Written by Phil McElnay
Updated over a week ago

MedAll attendance certificates are a good way to document your participation in medical events and conferences. They can add towards your proof of continued learning within your career.

πŸ“‘ Receiving a certificate

After an event, you will receive a feedback form, and on completion, a certificate.

Feedback forms are automatically shared at the end of the event, in the chat or they can also be shared retrospectively in other ways, such as:

  • Via an email with the link inside it - this email will be from MedAll, please check your junk if you haven't received it.

  • Via a QR code shared with you by the event organisers.

  • Via a link shared with you by the event organisers.

⚠️ If you have not received a feedback form, please reach out to the organisation who hosted the event.

When completing the feedback form, toggle on 'Add to an existing MedAll account' and enter the email you log into MedAll with. Click 'Submit'.

πŸ“‘ Storing your certificates

If you have a MedAll account the certificate will be automatically logged in your account πŸ™Œ

To view them, login to your MedAll Account, and go to your profile where you'll see your courses and achievements listed. Here, you can view your certificates by selecting 'View all' and then clicking on the PDF icons shown below:

You can log in and view all your automatically logged certificates in your MedAll portfolio at any time πŸ“‘

My Activity on MedAll

On MedAll you can download a summary of your training by clicking on your avatar far right of screen >choose my activity from the drop down menu

You can filter the timescale and then download your data.

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