More than 17,000 urologists from Europe and beyond have already joined the EU-ACME programme. However, only 39% have collected CME/CPD credit points last year.
The Credi Registry Report states accredited activities, which credits are processed automatically, as well as the activities submitted online. All submitted activities are validated by the EU-ACME office following the EBU regulations.
Members of the EU-ACME programme are collecting CME/CPD credits in compliance with EBU CME/CPD credit system, which recommends obtaining a minimum of 200 credits in five years.
The EU-ACME programme provides access to the online CME/CPD portfolio (MyCME), allowing its members to check and register activities at any time. Many members have already used our online system and registered activities attended in 2020.
The EU-ACME office collects and registers events and activities until 31st January 2021.
Log in to MyCME – your online CME/CPD portfolio, go to Credit Registry Report and check if all activities are properly listed under your name.