Apply for CME

If you would like to apply for CME credit for your educational activity, you are in the right place!

Step 1Submit Application

   View the Application Resource Page

After you submit your application, it is sent to our CME Committee for review and approval at each month’s committee meeting.

Step 2 – Receive Approval Letter

Step 3 – Submit Required Documents to your CME Contact

 

Please email cme-mail@ufl.edu with any questions.

 

Click the links below to view what documents you will need to submit for CME Credit, once you are approved.

Activity Format Definition Examples
Course A course is a live CME activity where the learner participates in person. A course is planned as an individual event. annual meeting, live conference, workshop, dinner lecture, lunch and learn, seminar
Regularly Scheduled Series A CME activity is identified as a regularly scheduled series (RSS) when it is planned to have 1) a series with multiple sessions that 2) occur on an ongoing basis (offered weekly, monthly, or quarterly) and 3) are primarily planned by and presented to the accredited organization’s professional staff. grand rounds, tumor boards, M&M conferences
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. online interactive educational module, recorded presentation, podcast
Internet Live Course An internet live course is an online course available at a certain time on a certain date and is only available in real-time, just as if it were a course held in an auditorium. Once the event has taken place, learners may no longer participate in that activity. webcast, webinar, live streaming
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. printed monograph
Performance Improvement Activity Performance improvement activities are based on a learner’s participation in a project established and/or guided by a provider in which a physician identifies an educational need through a measure of his/her performance in practice, engages in educational experiences to meet the need, integrates learning into patient care and then re-evaluates his/her performance. Contact the CME office if you would like to work on a performance improvement activity.

If you have any questions, please email the CME Contact person listed on your approval letter. For general inquiries, email cme-mail@ufl.edu.