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Below are a list of programs offered through the Office of Continuing Medical Education. Select a link to learn more about specific activities.
Live CME activities that take place at a specified date, time and location. This can also include real time web symposia that take place on a specified date and at a specified time.
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Live CME activities that 1) have multiple sessions, 2) occur on an ongoing basis (offered weekly, monthly, or quarterly) and 3) are primarily planned by and presented to professional staff. Examples of activities that are planned and presented as a regularly scheduled series are Grand Rounds, Tumor Boards, Journal Clubs, and M&M Conferences.
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Enduring CME Materials are those that "endure" over time. The learning experience by the physician can take place at any time, rather than only a specified time like real time courses or web symposia. These enduring materials can be journals, DVDs, monographs, CD Roms, recorded web symposia, or recorded live courses.
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The American Medical Association has authorized academic CME providers to certify a new category of American Medical Association (AMA) Physician’s Recognition Award (PRA) Category 1 Credit(s)TM. “Learning from Teaching” is a descriptive label for this type of CME activity used for reporting to the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).
Learning from Teaching credit may be claimed for academic endeavors in both undergraduate medical education (UME) and graduate medical education (GME).
Case Western Reserve University Continuing Medical Education Program has established the attached policy for tracking self-directed and individualized Learning from Teaching activities. The form provided will document the associated ACCME Criteria for Accreditation and associated learning outcomes.
Physician faculty may be awarded credit at a 2-to-1 ratio to teaching/learning time. For example, faculty may be awarded 2.00 credits for 1 hour of learning. Credits should be rounded to the nearest one-quarter credit. Please note that there is a 20.00 credit annual maximum (for 10 hours of learning) for this activity per academic year.