The continuing medical education activity offered from the EADV to all dermato-venereologists attending the EADV Spring Symposium in Budva has been reviewed by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and was granted with a maximum of 18 ECMEC credits.
How can I obtain CMEs during the EADV Spring Symposium 2018?
The procedure is very simple:
Ensure your badge is scanned when visiting sessions and then access the online evaluation forms.
Evaluation can be done either via your smart phone, tablet or laptop and you can log in with your EADV account OR with the access details used during the registration process for this event.
Once the evaluation of speakers and is completed, your CME-CPD Certificate will be available for download.
For more information, visit this page on the official website of the 2018 EADV Spring Symposium.
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