Internet Enduring Material

An internet enduring material activity is available when the physician participant chooses to complete it. It is “enduring,” meaning that there is not just one time on one day to participate in it. Rather, the participant determines when he/she participates.

Examples: online interactive educational module, recorded presentation, podcast

The required forms and documentation will differ depending on whether or not you will be charging a registration fee or receiving grants.

Will you be charging a registration fee OR receiving grants? 

YES, I will be charging a registration fee OR receiving grants.

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 activity website prior to launch:

Sample website

  • 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
  • Price (if applicable)
  • 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 charging a registration fee OR receiving grants.

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 activity website prior to launch:

Sample website

  • 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)