Presenting CMEZone

About

CMEZone is an Alexa Skill designed as an education and information channel for Applied Clinical Education (ACE). Education content hosted in this skill is a companion to the educational content found on the education website www.cmezone.com Alternatively, click the name (which is a link) in the program table below.

ACE can be contacted by phone or email:

303-395-1782

cme@globaleducationgroup.com

 

Program Catalog

Catalog

Title (Click on title to link to claim CME)

Keyword

Exp. Date

MM1

Emerging Strategies in Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma

Myeloma
12/31/21
MM2

Emerging Strategies in Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma

Myeloma
12/31/21
MM3

Emerging Strategies in Relapsed/Refractory Multiple Myeloma

Myeloma
12/31/21

Quick Start: Using your Amazon Alexa:

  • First time users: Enable the Skill by saying “Alexa Enable CME Zone”
  • Established users: Say , “Alexa Ask CME Zone”
    • Want a Specific topic : Alexa Ask CME Zone, Topic “XXXXX”  (i.e.-Myeloma)
    • Want a Specific program : Alexa Ask CME Zone, “Catalog Number” (i.e.-MM1)

What to do if you don’t have an Alexa device.

You can download the app for your computer or mobile phone.
Windows- Download the Alexa app in the Microsoft Store
Android- The Alexa app can be found in the Google Play Store
IPhone- The Alexa app can be found in the App Store

No Video Capability?

The audio will play on your Alexa Device.

What Else is Needed?

To use any Alexa device, you need an Amazon Alexa account. There is no cost to set up an account and most listeners already have an Amazon account for shopping. This account can be created at Amazon.com. If you don’t want an Amazon account you can still take the web based programs at www.cmezone.com .

Standard Alexa Commands

Alexa listens for standard phrases that allow it to be interactive. Just like any Alexa skill, CMEZone uses standard Alexa commands. She will generally prompt you for the desired response. Like please say “yes or no“,” true or false” or to give a short answer to a multiple-choice question like “A”, “B”.

Sometimes it’s noisy or Alexa does not understand what you are trying to do, she will ask again or exit the skill.

Additional Commands to use with CMEZone

  • Alexa Ask CMEZone—Starts the skill

  • Alexa Begin- Starts the requested program

  • Alexa Stop or Alexa Pause – Pauses the audio

  • Alexa Play or Resume- Resumes the Audio

  • Alexa Stop then Alexa Cancel- Ends the CMEZone skill.

  • Alexa Forward “XXX” seconds(or minutes)- Jumps forward in the Audio

  • Alexa Back “XXX” seconds(or minutes)- Jumps back in case you missed something.

  • Alexa Next- When the audio portion is finished use this command to move forward.

Remember, Alexa is listening to your responses and selections. Always wait until Alexa stops speaking to give your answer.

Trouble?

Please email us and describe your issue which can help improve this technology.

CMEZone was built on the AudioScholar platform built by AudioEducate.