Latest webinar: Microlearning in CME

Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME) is joined by Katie Eustace (Answers in CME) and Margarita Velcheva (Kenes Group) to delve deeper into microlearning, how it is used and recent developments.

Next webinar – Thursday 26 September 2024

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The mission of the Good CME Practice group is to promote professionalism within the European CME provider community.
It achieves this by championing high standards in the development and delivery of CME in Europe through collaboration with critical stakeholders.
gCMEp aims to enhance the competence of CME providers in order to deliver high quality independent education for healthcare professionals with the ultimate aim of improving health outcomes.

 

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The Good CME Practice group approves and launches new membership category of “Associate Member” for organisations that comply with the geographical and mission requirements of membership, but does not yet have a CME track record.

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Good CME Practice group co-author of the Position Paper “Regulating for Bias in Medical Education – Reaction to the Pharmaceutical Industry Updated EFPIA Code of Practice” published in JECME, calling for more detailed guidance for Pharma when supporting independent medical education.

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Be a European-based academic or professional medical education provider
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Full members must have a proven track record in the design, delivery and evaluation of CME accredited activities in Europe
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