European CME Forum is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to bringing together all stakeholder groups with an interest in 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 and around the globe.
We finally met for 15ECF!
After three years of virtual activities it was very special to have met live, in-person, in Barcelona, for the 15th Annual European CME Forum - the theme this year was: Reevaluating European and global CME-CPD.
Take a look at the meeting page for the agenda, and if you were registered to the meeting you will still be able to see all the materials in the 15ECF Live! area of the website. We will redesign this website over the incoming weeks so that more 15ECF content will be visible to all visitors to this website. More information can be found on the 15ECF home page.
Innovation and Impact in CME/CPD - JECME 2022 Special Collection
Submissions for the JECME 2022 Special Collection is now closed and papers are being reviewed and prepared for publication. This year the theme is: Innovation and Impact in CME/CPD.
Kathy Chappell is the Guest Editor, leading a multidisciplinary and global editorial team. The goal for this Special Collection is to highlight innovations in CME/CPD and the impact of engaging in CME/CPD across the professions, all stakeholder groups and around the world. More information can be found on the JECME website.
Essential reading about CME-CPD
‘Learning and Behaviour in Medicine: A Voyage Around CME and CPD’, is now published. This concise, practical guide on CME-CPD written by Robin Stevenson (Editor-in-Chief, JECME), is a “must read” for anyone with an interest in European and global CME. We are offering a complimentary eBook to all registered participants of 15ECF. If you are not able to attend the meeting this year or want extra copies, you can order it here.
Click here to listen to Robin discussing his book, and here to order the book.
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