Medical Education

Course

 

A course is a live CME activity where the learner participates in person. A course is planned as an individual event.

Examples: annual meeting, live conference, workshop, dinner lecture, lunch and learn, seminar

To apply for CME credit:

  • CME application
  • Tips on writing learning objectives
  • Sample needs assessments
  • Disclosure forms
  • Draft agenda

Documentation that needs to be submitted to the CME office prior to the activity, after it has been approved for CME credit:

  • Budget
  • Joint providership agreement
  • Final agenda
  • Final marketing piece (brochure, postcard, email, flyer etc.)
  • Disclosure forms
  • Speaker letters
  • Proof of disclosure announcement
  • Letters of agreement for all grantors (if applicable)
  • Proof of commercial support acknowledgement (if applicable)
  • The evaluation form that you will be using

Helpful forms and information:

  • Marketing checklist
  • Evaluation template
  • Guidelines on food expenditures using CME funds during conferences

Documentation that needs to be submitted to the CME office after the activity:

  • Sign-in sheet
  • Evaluation summary
  • Final budget