Learners may be required to attend a certain number of hours or earn credits in a specific content area such as patient safety, pharmacotherapeutic, or opioid use.  In most instances, these are required by the state licensing board or other licensing/authoritative body and do not require a special designation. The learner needing proof of attendance can present items such as a printed copy or screen shot of course materials for submission to the licensing body requiring the documentation. 

Some activities may opt to pre-identify content that the planners of the activity feel contain the specified content.  In these instances, the certificate of attendance will document this designation.  However, the final determination can only be made by the licensing board or licensing/authoritative body that issued the requirement.  It is ALWAYS the responsibility of the learner to understand their needs.