Planning CME Activities

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November 11, 2011

The ACCME does not require accredited providers to measure patient outcomes -- neither in their CME Mission (Criterion 1), activity planning (Criterion 3), nor evaluation of CME...

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Perfectly. The ACCME Accreditation Criteria require that all CME activities planned and implemented by an accredited provider address educational needs derived from a professional practice gap of the...

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May 4, 2016

Internet searching and learning activities are based on a learner identifying a problem in practice and then accessing content in search of an answer from sources...

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November 3, 2016

An internet enduring material activity is available when the learner chooses to complete it.  It is “...

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Criterion 2 requires that the educational needs that underlie the professional practice gaps of learners be incorporated into the CME activities. However, the CME provider does not have to collect that needs...

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Yes, if educational material from a live activity is turned into an enduring material, the enduring material is considered a separate activity.

Test Item Writing activities may consist of either of the following processes:  

  1. When questions are...

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Criterion 1 says, "expected results articulated in terms of changes in competence, performance, or patient outcomes that will be the result of the program." What definition of "competence" is ACCME using?...

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