CME Programme for Practising Doctors who are not taking CME Programme for Specialists
List of Doctors approved to use the title "CME-Certified"
Under the CME Programme for Practising Doctors who are not taking CME Programme for Specialists, a doctor who has acquired 90 or more CME points in a three-year CME cycle will be given approval to use the title "CME-Certified" (延續醫學進修證書) on visiting cards during the immediately following CME cycle. The validity period should be set out in brackets following the title.
A doctor already on the Specialist Register should not be given the approval to use the "CME-Certified" title; and approval for using the "CME-Certified" title will lapse upon one's registration as a specialist.
If the Medical Council's approval for a doctor to use the title "CME-Certified" in the next validity period has not been given before the expiry of the existing validity period, and that the doctor has records of doing CME, the doctor concerned will be permitted to continue using the title until he / she is notified of the outcome of the Council's processing of his / her CME points for the next cycle.
Based on the reports of CME points obtained by their registrant doctors from the four CME Programme Administrators, the Education and Accreditation Committee will recommend to the Medical Council the award of the CME Certificates to eligible doctors. To view the list of doctors with a valid title of "CME-Certified" (延續醫學進修證書) as approved by the Medical Council, please click here. This list will be updated from time to time.