Collecting CPD

Collecting CPD Credits

Members that are active in CPD activities can apply for credit points on-line via MyCME.

Documental proof

If you wish to have CREDITS ADDED TO YOUR ACCOUNT FOR SCIENTIFIC WORKS published in medical journals, magazines or books; presentations, educational material, and videos or posters presented, etc.. the following information is needed per activity.

For LECTURES / PRESENTATIONS:

  • Title of the lecture or presentation;
  • Name of the event where the lecture or presentation took place;
  • Clearly stated authors of the presentation;
  • Venue;
  • Date;
  • Documental proof

Credits are granted only once per subject matter, regardless of the number of times presented or published.

For SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS:

  • Title of the magazine / book;
  • Clearly stated authors of the scientific publication;
  • Year and number of issue;
  • Title of the article(s);
  • Documental proof;
  • Citation or PubMed-link

Credits are granted only once per subject matter, regardless of the number of times presented or published.

Application for credit attribution for OTHER LEARNING EXPERIENCES must come with a document stating:

  • CPD objectives achieved by the activity;
  • Proof that the activity undertaken is necessary in the field of CPD;
  • Programme of activities and techniques to be used;
  • Level of knowledge and/or technical skills to be achieved;
  • Names of instructors and/or institutions involved in the planning, administration and evaluation of the activity;
  • Final evaluation criteria;
  • Duration, venue and dates the activity initiated and ended

Credits are granted only once per subject matter, regardless of the number of times presented or published.

For PARTICIPATION IN COMMITTEES:

  • Name of the committee;
  • Duration of the committee membership;
  • Aim of the committee

Please note that the documental proof must be in ENGLISH!

If the documental proof is only available in the national language, we would like to receive a translation of the proof.

The accreditation requests go to the EBU Accreditation Committee through the EU-ACME office for assessment. Once the request is approved by Accreditation Committee, the credits will be granted to the EU-ACME member. 

MINIMUM NUMBER OF CREDITS RECOMMENDED FOR 5 YEARS

Within the EU-ACME programme it is recommended that, in 5 years, a minimum of 50 CPD credits should be obtained.

Register Your Activities

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