08 May 2017

CME-CPD during Brussels Spring Symposium

It is important to collect CME-CPD credits, not only to keep track of your participation in accredited educational activities, but also to strengthen the quality and professional status of the Dermato-venereology specialty throughout Europe.

Collecting points will show your involvement in life-long education and the  meaning you regularly give to enhance your skills and knowledge.

 

Participation to accredited sessions will keep you up-to-date on the latest research and clinical advancements and will enhance your professional level.

 

How to collect your CME-CPD credit points onsite:

The only requirement is one scan of your badge per session attended!

You can collect a maximum of 6 European CME Credits (ECMEC) for a full-day attendance and a maximum of 15 for the entire Symposium.

 

How to download your CME-CPD Certificate:

If you have been correctly scanned you will be eligible to claim your CME-CPD Certificate directly online at https://www.eadv.org/scientific/cme/download-cme-credits a few weeks after the event.

 

ECMECs are recognised by American Medical Association (AMA) or can be converted into your EU national credits.

 

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