Before you start registering your activity, please make sure you scanned or took a picture of your document proof!

Please make sure that the document is in: .jp (e) g, .gif, .png, .bmp, .tif (f), .doc (x) or .pdf  format and the size do not exceen 5 MB.

You can find the generated certificates online. Click on Certificates in the top menu. You will have to log in first!

The certificates are assigned to your account together with the credit.

Just log in to MyCME and got to Credit Registry Report. Click on Show details button.

The new box will open with more information and the documental proof, e.g. a certificate. You may download your certificate from there as well.

Only when you complete the test with a score higher than 80%, the certificate is generated and the credit is assigned to your EU-ACME account.

You can find the generated certificates online. Click on Certificates in the top menu. You will have to log in first.

The certificates are assigned to your account together with the credit.  Just log in to MyCME and got to Credit Registry Report. Click on Show details button.

The new box will open with more information and certificate. You may download your certificate from there as well.

Within the EU-ACME programme you may gain 1 credit by reading an article in urological journals confirmed by a test. The 80% of the MCQs must be answered correctly to have 1 credit assigned to your account.

Within the EU-ACME programme you may gain credits by reading an article in urological journals confirmed by a test. The 80% of the MCQs must be answered correctly to have 1 credit assigned to your account.

When you complete the test with a score higher than 80%, the certificate is generated.

The EU-ACME members have their gained credit added to their accounts automatically.

You have to be an active EU-ACME member to take the test. You can sign up here.

Please note, that you can take the test only once.

 

Reading an article in urological journals confirmed by a test (80% of the MCQs must be answered correctly) is accredited within the EU-ACME programme, following the EBU CME/CPD credit system, with 1 credit.

Within the CME/CPD credit system a number of units, commonly called credits, are applied to all approved CME/CPD activities. The number of credits attributed to the activities depends on the kind of activity.

ACTIVITYCREDITS
Participation in live (virtual) event
o Congress, seminar, symposium, course, workshop or another scientific meeting; either run independently or as part of an (inter) national Congress
o Webinar

Note: Approval of an official accreditation body is required. Industry-organised event is excluded.
1 per hour
Max. 8 for the full-day event
Participation in online course/e-learning confirmed by a test

Note: Approval of an official accreditation body is required. Industry- organised event is excluded.
1 per hour
Reading article in urological journals confirmed by a test (80% of the MCQs must be answered correctly)1 per article
Fellowship programme in an EBU Certified Centre2 per week
Max. 20 per year
European Urology Scholarship Programme (EUSP) in an EBU-EAU Certified Host Centre 2 per week
Max. 20 per year
Teaching activity: undergraduate, post-graduate or post-specialisation 1 per activity
Max. 5 per year
Development of clinical and/or technical skills 1 per activity
Max. 5 per year
Sub-specialisation/building-up special competence25
EBU In-Service Assessment 10
EBU Written Exam20
Fellow of the European Board of Urology (FEBU) Diploma 30
Fellow Diploma sub-specializations (oral exam and obtaining of Fellow certificate)30
Master's Thesis25
Doctoral Thesis (PhD)50
Paper, poster, e-poster or another type of presentation during a scientific event5 per activity/act
Participation in debate, lecture, speech or interview5 per event
Participation in a guidelines, examination committee meeting 10 per meeting
Max. 20 per year (proof of attendance required)
Participation in council, committee, study group of a scientific, medical/administrative or professional nature2 per meeting/event
(proof of attendance required)
Scientific publication5 per publication
Each author gets credits
Member Editorial Board 5
Reviewer journal/paper2 per article
Max. 10 credits per year
Reviewer abstracts for a scientific meeting2 per article
Max. 4 credits per year
Organising symposium, seminar, course, etc.5 per event
Study visit0.5 per day
Max. 10 in 1 year
Training period in (inter)national hospital 1 per week
Max. 10 in 1 year
Fellowship programme in a non-EBU Certified Centre 1 credit per week

The organizer of the accredited event is obliged to hand out a certificate of attendance where the accreditation text together with the name of an accreditation body is clearly stated.

On the certificate, the accreditation statement with the total number of granted credits to the congress is printed.
As it is stated in the accreditation text: Each medical specialist should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity.

These documents you may present to your national accreditation body for recognition. If you need more information and help please contact the organizer of this meeting.

Members that have forgotten to scan their EU-ACME membership card can still receive credits for the activity they attended.
They need to log in to MyCME – online CPD/CME portfolio and register the activity online. During the application process, they will be prompted to upload a documental proof. e.g. a certificate of attendance.

Organiser of accredited CME activity is obliged to issue a certificate of attendance with information on accreditation :

The certificate can then be presented to the demanding authority.

If your card does not work, please either submit an online request form to order a new one or contact the EU-ACME office.

Members that have forgotten their membership card can still receive credits for the activity they attended. They need to log in to MyCME – online CPD/CME portfolio and register the activity online. During the applicaiton process they will be prompted to upload a certificate of attendance.