Most Recently Added Articles

FAQ Text
No. The ACCME accredits organizations that produce CME activities. The accreditation process includes the review of CME activities for the demonstration of compliance with the ACCME's requirements. For more information,...
FAQ Text
See our information page for First Time Applicants Applying for Accreditation for more information.
FAQ Text
No. The accredited provider is required to record learner participation and be able to verify learner participation for six years from the date of the CME activity. See ACCME's policies...
FAQ Text
The ACCME provides detailed instructions for submitting a self-study report during the accreditation process in the ACCME's Guide to the Accreditation Process. The most recent version of this guide can...
FAQ Text
No. Nonphysicians can be faculty at a CME activity.
FAQ Text
ACCME has created a web-based tutorial that models one approach that accredited CME providers could take to facilitate learning from teaching activities that would meet compliance expectations of the ACCME...
FAQ Text
No. See ACCME's policy on joint providership for more information.
FAQ Text
No, there is no requirement that the provider have a CME committee.
FAQ Text
No. See Standard 4.2 of the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support for more information.
FAQ Text
Yes. See the ACCME's Joint Providership Policies.
FAQ Text
All CME activities developed and presented by an accredited provider, including those designated for credit, become part of that provider's program of CME . The program must be in compliance...
FAQ Text
Please see How does the ACCME define a journal-based CME activity? for more information.
FAQ Text
Yes.  Non-US based organizations are encouraged to apply for accreditation. The ACCME does require that all organizations located or incorporated outside the US or its territories that wish to apply...
FAQ Text
No, there are no special ACCME requirements for activities that ACCME-accredited providers hold overseas. All activities provided by ACCME-accredited providers must comply with ACCME's Accreditation Requirements, regardless of their location.
FAQ Text
This activity still needs to be available for review by the ACCME - even if it has been "retired." When an Internet CME activity is no longer available online, the...
FAQ Text
Yes, if educational material from a live activity is turned into an enduring material, the enduring material is considered a separate activity.
FAQ Text
The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education can be reached at 312-664-3575, or www.acpe-accredit.org.
FAQ Text
No. The ACCME has no requirements about issuing credit and/or certificates. All credit-related questions should be referred to the organization that manages the credit. For example, the American Medical Association...
FAQ Text
No. The ACCME does not require post-tests for any type of CME activity. In journal CME, some sort of challenge must be presented to the learner that is based on...
FAQ Text
The American Nurses Credentialing Center can be reached at www.ana.org/ancc.

Pages