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See Determining Your Eligibility for ACCME Accreditation for more information.
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The process of seeking first-time, or "initial" accreditation from the ACCME generally takes twelve to eighteen months. The reaccreditation process for providers that are already ACCME-accredited takes approximately fifteen months....
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The following institutions are eligible to seek accreditation directly from the ACCME:  State medical societies; Liaison Committee for Medical Education (LCME)-accredited schools of medicine; National physician membership organizations; National medical specialty societies; and other organizations...
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For brochures, the ACCME does not have any rules or requirements for name placement, brochure content, cover design, interior layout, font size, or formatting. Brochure design and associated content are...
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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...
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Please see How does the ACCME define a journal-based CME activity? for more information.
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No. Nonphysicians can be faculty at a CME activity.
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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...
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No. See ACCME's policy on joint providership for more information.
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No, there is no requirement that the provider have a CME committee.
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No. See Standard 4.2 of the ACCME Standards for Commercial Support for more information.
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Yes. See the ACCME's Joint Providership Policies.
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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...
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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...
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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.
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Yes. The new CME activity, must demonstrate compliance with all applicable ACCME accreditation requirements, including faculty disclosure and acknowledgement of any commercial support (SCS 6).  
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The American Academy of Family Physicians can be reached at 866-274-7850 or cmea@aafp.org
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The AMA-PRA Department can be reached at 312-464-4668 or http://www.ama-assn.org/go/cme.
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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.
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The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education can be reached at 312-664-3575, or www.acpe-accredit.org.

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