European CME Forum is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to bringing together all stakeholder groups with an interest in European Continuing Medical Education (CME)/Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for healthcare professionals. It facilitates multi-channel discussion in an independent and neutral environment to promote the advance of high quality CME in Europe.
In November we met for the 13th Annual European CME Forum, the theme was:
The presentations and associated educational materials are available on the Meeting Archive where you can view over 18 hours of discussion and presentations given by a faculty of 70 experts in CME. The meeting page has more details.
Journal of European CME (JECME), our PubMed-indexed Open Access journal, is now publishing the had a successful call for papers for the Special Collection in Outcomes in CME-CPD. The 12 accepted papers are in the process being published, visit JECME to see them. Don Moore as the Guest Editor of this Special Collection has also selected six papers he will discuss with the authors at the meeting.
This website has a wealth of information about our past activities, European CME Forum offers the largest resource about CME in Europe – anywhere whether online or in print – covering our 13 years of activities, with reports and presentations from over 240 hours of live presentations and workshops given by over 370 faculty.
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13th Annual European CME Forum
European and global CME: What next?
In November 2020 as the UK went into its second Covid lockdown and we awaited the results of the US Presidential election, we gathered online for the 13th Annual European CME Forum. The theme this year was: “European and global CME: What next?” The meeting was split into six sections, each one with a Plenary session that was led by one of our traditional stakeholder groups: accreditors, European medical societies, industry and professional providers, with a session led by JECME and a final summary Plenary.
You can view the Educational Materials section, the online meeting book, here.
As this year was a virtual meeting we have created the 13ECF Meeting Archive, which contains over 18 hours of presentations and discussions, given by the faculty of 70 CME experts, with the associated supporting material, so that participants can catch up on sessions they may have missed, or want to see again. This impressive resource is available to non-delegates for a fee. This resource will be live until the end of May 2021.
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