- FAQ Search
No. The Engages Patients/Public Criterion requires that patients and/or public representatives are involved as planners and faculty of CME activities. The same people do not need to be involved as both planners and faculty.
Yes. Patients/families who serve as planners or faculty in CME would be in a position to control content and therefore the requirements for identifying and disclosing relevant financial relationships and resolving conflicts of interest apply.
The Engages Patients/Public Criterion encourages the accredited provider to utilize patients, their families, and other members of the public as planners and faculty members in accredited CME. Providers have broad latitude in how they define the roles of planners and faculty – as appropriate to… More