Vitalia Murgia, Giancarlo Biasini, Roberto Bussi, Michele Gangemi, Walter Spanevello, Giorgio Tamburlini Con contributi di Arturo Alberti, Sergio Amarri (SIGEP), Paolo Becherucci, Vincenzo Calia, Monica Pierattelli, Corrado Rossetti, Paolo Siani, Maria Edoarda Trillò e Leo Venturelli
Key words: Continuous medical education, Credits, Paediatrics
The document describes the proposals developed by the ACP on the principles of continuous medical education (CME) and contains suggestions on criteria for attributing CME credits. CME should address emerging issues, be based on effective training methods, be participatory, interdisciplinary and aimed at improving quality of care. Stemming from an analysis of the present situation of CME in Italy, and from recent legislation which established a National CME Committee entitled to accreditation of CME institutions and activities the document proposis criteria for the attribution of credits to the varoius CME activities. Interactive training sessions, participation to workshops aimed at developing guidelines, audit, operational research are privileged.
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