ACCME Criteria Review: Program Improvements

Whether you are an accredited provider such as i3 Health or you are an educational partner working with an accredited provider, it's still important to understand the criteria that underly continuing medical education (CME) activities. This is part of a periodic series of posts looking at what each criterion means in general and what it might mean for you. We've looked at a CME program's Mission, and we've looked at using that mission to perform a Program Analysis. Today we'll finish this first ...

ACCME Criteria Review: Program Analysis

Whether you are an accredited provider such as i3 Health or you are an educational partner working with an accredited provider, it's still important to understand the criteria that underly continuing medical education (CME) activities. This is part of a periodic series of posts looking at what each criterion means in general and what it might mean for you. The criterion I'm going to focus on in today's post follows the criterion that used to be called C1 and is now known simply as "Mission." If ...

An Update on the ACCME’s Accreditation Criteria

Whether you are an accredited provider such as i3 Health or you are an educational partner working with an accredited provider, it's still important to understand the criteria that underly CME activities.This is part of a periodic series of posts looking at what each criterion means in general and what it might mean for you. In October, I started a periodic series on the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education's (ACCME's) accreditation criteria. You can read posts about Criterion ...

Notes from the 2021 Virtual Alliance Annual Conference

We were still early in the pandemic when it became clear that the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEhp) Annual Conference would not be able to be held in its typical in-person format. The conference is held every January, and there was simply no way enough people would be vaccinated to make it safe for a few thousand people to travel and gather in ballrooms and breakout rooms. The decision was made to not just go online, but to completely restructure how the confere...

ACEhp CPD Pulse Points December Edition: Looking Back to Look Forward

In April 2020, the Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEhp) began a weekly series of webinars called "CPD Pulse Points." In each session, Chitra Subramanian, current ACEhp president, has a conversation with a guest about a topic relevant to health care continuing professional development (CPD) today. Access is free for ACEhp members. Non-members can attend the live sessions for $5 or purchase a recording for $25. Each session is recorded and made available for learners...

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