Criterion 25

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Overview of Criterion 25 from the ACCME Menu of Criteria for Accreditation with Commendation by Graham McMahon, MD, MMSc, ACCME President and CEO.

>>McMAHON: Health profession students are the future of each of our professions, of course, and they're very astute informants to us, to help us anticipate the changing...

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Yes.

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No. The accredited provider can define the role of planners for their CME activities.

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It depends. If the quality improvement project led by residents included accredited CME and physicians as learners, then yes. If the quality improvement project did not include accredited CME, then no. 

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A medical school developed a curriculum that included utilizing medical students as planners and faculty in role-playing exercises. Medical students ran role-play simulations in cooperation with instructors...

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No. The accredited provider can define the role of faculty for their CME activities.

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The ACCME gives the provider broad latitude to design activities that optimally meet learners’ needs while engaging health professions students as planners and faculty for CME activities.

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The provider developed a webinar for rural physicians to identify opportunities to use health clinics and community health workers to address low vaccination rates. The activity was planned by the clinicians...

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This tutorial offers educational resources to help providers achieve compliance with Criteria 23-25 in the "Promotes Team-based Education" category of the...

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No. The provider can involve students from any health profession as planners and faculty of CME activities for Criterion 25.

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Thursday, September 29, 2016

This document contains a message from ACCME leadership, an overview of the...

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Thursday, September 29, 2016

The term “health professions students” refers to students of any of the health professions (e.g, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistants, and others), across the continuum of healthcare education, including professional...

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Friday, April 1, 2016

We are pleased to announce that the ACCME has adopted a Menu of New Criteria for Accreditation with Commendation —our mechanism for recognizing and celebrating organizations that excel as CME...

Students of the health professions are engaged in the planning and delivery of CME.