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Webcast: How to Apply for CME Credit for a Enduring Material Activity

Learn the steps to apply for this CME option

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This webcast will walk you through the step-by-step process for completing a CME credit application for an enduring material activity.

Enduring materials are activities based on independent learning materials designed primarily as self-study activities.

When submitting an enduring material activity application, the following criteria applies:

  • Audio and video materials will be awarded credit on the basis of actual time it takes a learner to complete the activity.
  • Written materials will be awarded credit based on an average time for learners to read and comprehend the materials.
  • If a formal peer-review process determines the number of requested credits, documentation of the process is required.
  • Activity evaluation.
  • Description of how learners’ participation is verified.
  • Description of how credit was determined.
  • Term of approval is for one year.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of the webcast, participants will:

  • Understand how to submit a CME credit application for an enduring material activity.

Presenter

Jolene Sammons
Credit Systems Specialist, AAFP

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Access Application

Download the AAFP Enduring Materials Credit Application Worksheet for reference during the webcast.

Access Application

Download the AAFP Enduring Materials Credit Application Worksheet for reference during the webcast.