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Integrative Medicine, Accreditation of CME Activities
All CME activities must demonstrate high educational, ethical, and medical standards. Those that include information about integrative medicine must meet all existing AAFP criteria for CME. These criteria establish specific parameters for categorizing CME clinical content as a) evidence-based (EB CME), b) customary and generally accepted (CGA CME), c) neither EB CME nor CGA CME but not dangerous or proven ineffective, d) dangerous or proven ineffective, CME credit eligibility for clinical content is defined according to these categories. EB and CGA CME are eligible for Prescribed or Elective credit. Clinical content advocating dangerous or proven ineffective recommendations is ineligible for CME credit.
In cases where educational, ethical, and medical standards are not adhered to, or where the criteria for CME credit are not met, the AAFP Commission on Continuing Professional Development (COCPD) reserves the right to withhold or withdraw CME credit. (B1998) (2009 CoD)