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Activity Guidelines

Guidelines for Live Conferences, On-Line and Self Study Activities

The following guidelines suggest the overall process for applying, conducting and documenting a conference. They also apply to other CME formats including on-line and self-study activities (also known as "enduring materials.") Regularly Scheduled Series such as grand rounds, have a similar, but separate, application process. Learn More.

Guidelines for Regularly Scheduled Series

This includes Grand Rounds, Tumor Boards, M & M's, Journal Clubs and Series.

The brief guidelines below suggest the overall process for applying, conducting and documenting a Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS). An expanded reference for Activity Directors and Coordinators regarding all CME forms, policies and procedures may be found on-line along with Learning Resources about how to conduct an activity. Learn More.