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gCMEp Webinar 4

12.00 UK | 13.00 CET (Europe) on Thursday, 25 November 2021

In this webinar Eugene Pozniak (European CME Forum) will be speaking with two of our group members Diana van Brakel (Kenes Group) and Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation).

In Europe it is often said that independent medical education (IME) is the type of education that is usually accredited for CME. But what does this mean? Is it that the funding has to be independent of control, and how does this look? Or is it the development of the education, or its control, or maybe the promotion or the presentation? Or maybe all of the above? Our panel will explore the various factors and definitions in this webinar to help identify some of the key topics that providers in Europe need to navigate when developing educational activities.
This webinar is for anyone interested in how IME/CME is developed and presented in Europe. While attending this webinar is free, registration is required.

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Register for:  What does independent mean in Independent Medical Education (IME)?
Thursday 25 November 2021, 13.00-13.30 CET (Europe)

 

Webinar 3: Froukje Sosef (COR2ED) took audience questions and discussed the CME accreditation landscape in Europe with Eugene Pozniak (Siyemi Learning) and Margarita Velcheva (Kenes).

 

Webinar 2: Monica Ghidinelli (AO Foundation) was in discussion with Celeste Kolanko (Liberum IME) and Sophie Wilson (International Medical Press) about developing an accredited educational activity.

 

 

Webinar 1: Margarita Velcheva (Chair of the gCMEp) discusses the journey from clinician to education provider with group members Dr Froukje Sosef (COR2ED) and Dr Thomas Kleinoeder (KWHC).

 

These webinars can also be accessed on the European CME Forum Podcast

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Mission

The mission of the Good CME Practice group is to promote professionalism within the European CME provider community.
It achieves this by championing high standards in the development and delivery of CME in Europe through collaboration with critical stakeholders.
gCMEp aims to enhance the competence of CME providers in order to deliver high quality independent education for healthcare professionals with the ultimate aim of improving health outcomes.

 

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January 2021 The Good CME Practice group approves and launches new membership category of “Associate Member” for organisations that comply with the geographical and mission requirements of membership, but does not yet have a CME track record.

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November 2019 Good CME Practice group co-author of the Position Paper “Regulating for Bias in Medical Education – Reaction to the Pharmaceutical Industry Updated EFPIA Code of Practice” published in JECME, calling for more detailed guidance for Pharma when supporting independent medical education.

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Be a European-based academic or professional medical education provider
Agree to adhere to the principles of the gCMEp
Full members must have a proven track record in the design, delivery and evaluation of CME accredited activities in Europe
Be a registered European legal entity with a European operating office