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CMA CME provider resources for COVID-19

March 31, 2020
Area(s) of Interest: Continuing Medical Education (CME) 


We hope you, your families and colleagues are all staying healthy during this difficult time. As you might already know, the ACCME hosted a webinar on Thursday, March 26, 2020, Continuing Education in Action: Strategies for Accredited Providers in Challenging Times.

During the webinar, ACCME’s President and CEO, Dr. Graham McMahon, discussed resources available on the ACCME’s website for the CME community. Topics included how to virtualize an existing live meeting, rapidly accredit a continuing education activity, facilitate workplace-based learning, and provide directed training to individuals and teams. 

To view the archived webinar:

COVID-19 Educator Resources Webpage: Tips and tools to help educators and faculty design and deliver education in response to COVID-19, including a planning form to expedite activity accreditation, virtual meeting resources, and more.

COVID-19 Clinician Resources Webpage: Accredited continuing education activities and other resources for clinicians, organized by topic. 

Coronavirus Resources Submission Form: Use this form to submit your activities and resources for posting on the ACCME Clinician Resources webpage.

Included in the resources is a Planning Form for Expedited Accredited Activities Related to COVID-19. The planning form is a tool that can be used by educators to design and implement meaningful and timely accredited CME activities related to COVID-19 while meeting the expectations for accreditation. We hope you find these resources, available to all accredited providers, helpful in our systemwide response to COVID-19.

If you have not already done so, please take a few moments to complete a flash survey via SurveyMonkey and let us know how to best to meet your needs. Access this flash survey here.

Please contact CMA CME at cme@cmadocs.org if you have any questions. 

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