Medical Review Officer (MRO) and Medical Review Officer Assistant Courses
A Medical Review Officer (MRO) is a critical part of federally mandated drug testing programs. They are entrusted with the responsibility of safeguarding the tested individual’s rights while also contributing to health and safety in the workplace. With advances in technology and regulatory changes, not to mention new forms of substance abuse, the field is constantly evolving.
ACOEM has the resources you need to prepare for the MRO initial certification along with recertification, which takes place every five years.
MRO Online Course
The highly acclaimed Medical Review Officer (MRO) Course in available in an online format! Physicians and other health care professionals seeking in-depth understanding of workplace substance abuse testing and are interested in adding Medical Review Officer to their scope of services should register for this course. The MRO course fully meets the DHHS and DOT MRO Qualification Training requirements -- over 16,000 physicians have completed this course!
The MRO Online Course with Live Discussion includes 30 on-demand content recordings, 90 self-assessment questions, and self-study of the course materials. Also included are live Q&A and content review sessions with course faculty. You can access the course recordings and learn at your own pace, on your own schedule, and from the safety of your home or office!
The course is available with a digital syllabus or with a digital and print syllabus. Click on the links below for more information.
MRO Assistant Course
Testing for illicit drugs, alcohol and prescription medication continues to grow at the workplace and in communities (e.g., schools, sports). Improve your skills and your ability to support a Medical Review Officer with ACOEM’s training course. This training also meets educational eligibility requirements for the Medical Review Officer Certification Council (MROCC)’s MRO Assistant certification examination.
For more information or to register, click here.