Next Webinar – Thursday, 28 September
In this thought-provoking webinar, Froukje Sosef (COR2ED) will be speaking with Daniela Clape (Xpeer) and Eugene Pozniak (Siyemi Learning) about the recently-launched “EACCME 3.0” accreditation criteria from UEMS-EACCME (European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education).
With new criteria introduced in June 2023, some questions and challenges have been faced by all types of organisations providing accredited medical education: medical societies, professional congress organisers as well as for-profit and not-for-profit medical education providers.
This webinar will take a closer look at the new EACCME 3.0 criteria and discuss some of the key points.
– How do the new criteria affect the work of medical education providers?
– Where are the main challenges?
– Are the new criteria conflicting with other regulatory criteria?
The webinar provides a platform for deepening your understanding of the latest developments, offering insightful discussions, and invaluable perspectives to navigate the ever-changing terrain of medical learning.
While attending the webinar is free, registration is required.
All our past webinars can be viewed here or you can listen to them on the European CME Forum Podcast
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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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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.