The American Academy of PAs (AAPA) has released updates to its continuing medical education (CME) criteria, aligning its requirements with those of the Joint Accreditation for Interprofessional Continuing Education.
The following is the first of three parts in a series regarding simplification in the CME process. Mitsuo Tomita, MD, has been saddened to see providers in California give up their accreditation because they perceive that the administrative burden of CME is too great.
A new report reveals that more than 100 accredited providers in the ACCME Accreditation System have reported 892 continuing medical education (CME) activities that are compliant with Food and Drug Administration Risk Evaluation.
Respondents to the Fall 2017 Grants Guidebook survey expressed a desire for more specific resources — checklists, templates, case studies, etc. — leading to discussions on monthly SIG calls about how to add value to and update the existing document and align it with the NLCs.