Enduring Material

An enduring material is a printed, recorded, or computer-presented CME activity that may be used over time at various locations and which, in itself, constitutes a planned activity.

Examples: printed monograph

The required forms and documentation will differ depending on whether or not you will be receiving an educational grant to support this activity (e.g from a commercial interest).

Will you be receiving a grant? 

YES, I will be receiving a grant.

To apply for CME credit:

Documentation that needs to be submitted to the CME office prior to the activity, after it has been approved for CME credit:

Helpful forms:

The following items must be on the printed CME activity:

  • Disclosure statement/announcement
  • Accreditation statement
  • Credit statement
  • Learning objectives
  • Method of physician participation
  • Minimum performance level necessary in order to successfully complete the activity for credit
  • Target audience
  • Faculty and their credentials
  • Date of release and termination date
  • Commercial support acknowledgement (if applicable)

Documentation that needs to be submitted to the CME office after the activity launches:

If the CME office is hosting the post-test and evaluation:

  • You are done! The CME office will keep track of all post-test scores and evaluations. This is the best option!

If the post-test and evaluation are hosted elsewhere (e.g. on your department website):

  • Monthly completer reports (report of all learners who have completed the CME activity, including first name, last name, medical license number, email address for each learner)
  • Yearly evaluation summary (evaluation summary – use this form to summarize the completed evaluations received from attendees)

NO, I will NOT be receiving a grant.

To apply for CME credit:

Documentation that needs to be submitted to the CME office prior to the activity, after it has been approved for CME credit:

 


Helpful forms:


The following items must be on the printed CME activity:

  • Disclosure statement/announcement
  • Accreditation statement
  • Credit statement
  • Learning objectives
  • Method of physician participation
  • Minimum performance level necessary in order to successfully complete the activity for credit
  • Target audience
  • Faculty and their credentials
  • Date of release and termination date


Documentation that needs to be submitted to the CME office after the activity launches:

If the CME office is hosting the post-test and evaluation:

  • You are done! The CME office will keep track of all post-test scores and evaluations. This is the best option!

If the post-test and evaluation are hosted elsewhere (e.g. on your department website):

  • Monthly completer reports (report of all learners who have completed the CME activity, including first name, last name, medical license number, email address for each learner)
  • Yearly evaluation summary (evaluation summary – use this form to summarize the completed evaluations received from attendees)