Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits

ERS applied for CME accreditation from the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP).

Recognition of CME credits

For accredited activities, credits can be exchanged for their national equivalent by contacting your national CME authority. A record of your CME credit status will also be kept for future reference.

Receiving your CME credits

CME credits are awarded based on your attendance of live sessions taking place between 5–8 September, 2021. NEW this year – CME credits will be also awarded for pre-congress content and sessions replays, based on your hourly consumption. Up to a maximum of 50 credits can be accrued between pre-congress content, live sessions and session replays (1 CME credit per hour – up to 23 CME credits maximum can be claimed for replay and pre-congress content). Only registered participants will receive CME credits.

From Tuesday 14 September and after completion of the Congress evaluation survey–which is mandatory to receive CME credits–you will be able to download your CME certificate. Certificates of attendance and CME credits can be downloaded until December 2021. All congress delegates will be given access to the platform to claim CME credits from 14 September until 30 December, 2021. Disclaimer: You cannot claim CME credits for attending sessions organised by industry.

The agent for Italian participants regarding AIFA requirements is:
Barbara Mantegazza – Aria di Viaggi Srl
Via Matteo Bandello, 1 – 20123 Milano – Italy
Tel. +39 024 81 86 92
Email: barbara.mantegazza@ariadiviaggi.it

 

About the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP)

EBAP

The ERS Congress programme is reviewed by EBAP each year to provide quality assurance and continuing medical education accreditation (CME) for the event.

EBAP is an independent entity that works to ensure the quality and independence of CME activities.

Download a factsheet on EBAP activities / download the EBAP Smart Guide to find out how you can get your events CME accredited by EBAP / visit the EBAP website