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    European CME in Practice: Update and Case History discussion

    [An amalgamated set of slides from Eugene and Robin is available here (Note 14MB PDF file)]

    The practices of - and regulations surrounding - European CME are evolving rapidly and this event provided a valuable opportunity to review recent developments and look forward to what's coming in the year ahead. The distinctions between promotional activity and accredited activity are fundamental and need to be properly understood by all involved in order to avoid red faces all round.

    Professor Robin Stevenson and Eugene Pozniak drew upon the expert discussions at the recent 4th Annual meeting of the European CME Forum, November 2011 in Amsterdam and explained the implications of the latest UEMS guidance document, The Accreditation of Live Educational Events by the EACCME (adopted by the UEMS Council on 7th October 2011).

    A case history approach was taken to understanding in detail what is the most appropriate approach that should be taken to gaining accreditation for European educational activities.

    Reference sources:

  • European CME Forum - provides extensive archive of conference presentation materials and details of 4th annual meeting in Amsterdam, 10-11 November 2011
  • Good CME Practice Group - specialist European providers are developing 4 core principles
  • European Union of CME Specialists (UEMS)
  • Latest UEMS guidance document, The Accreditation of Live Educational Events by the EACCME (adopted by the UEMS Council on 7th October 2011)

    Date: 19 January 2012

    Venue: The Tytherington Club, Dorchester Way, Tytherington, Macclesfield, Cheshire, SK10 2JP [DIRECTIONS]


    14.00 = Why CME? Why Now? - (Eugene Pozniak)

    14.15 = Evolving Standards in European CME (Robin Stevenson)

    14.45 = Case Study: part 1 (All)

    15.30 - 4.00 = Working coffee break.

    16.00 = Case Study: part 2 (All)

    17.00 = Final questions and next steps (Robin Stevenson/Eugene Pozniak).

    17.30 = Meeting close, adjourn to the bar!

    To make sure you're included in announcements about future events just email Peter Llewellyn, if you haven't already done so, to register your interest.



    Dove Press
    Dove Press

    Highfield Communication Consultancy
    Highfield Communication Consultancy

    iMed Comms<
    iMed Comms

    KnowledgePoint360 Group
    KnowledgePoint360 Group


    Presentations by:

    Professor Robin Stevenson

    Editor-in-Chief, Journal of European CME (JECME) and Immediate Past Chair, EBAP (European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology)

    [More biographical


    Eugene Pozniak

    Managing Director of Siyemi Learning, Programme Director, European CME Forum and Convener of the Good CME Practice Group

    [More biographical


    Adelphi Group
    Bioscript Stirling
    CINETIQUE Translations
    Complete Medical Group Worldwide
    Fishawack Group
    inScience Communications
    Meridian HealthComms
    Prime Healthcare
    prIME Oncology
    Rx Communications
    Springer Healthcare

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