CME Programme for Practising Doctors who are not taking CME Programme for Specialists
The voluntary "CME Programme for Practising Doctors who are not taking CME Programme for Specialists" (the Programme) was implemented with effect from 1 October 2001. Medical practitioners whose names are not included in the Specialist Register can participate in the Programme. Participants who have accumulated 30 or more CME points in a year within the 3-year CME cycle will be awarded a CME certificate to certify that they have achieved a satisfactory level of CME activity during that particular period. The CME certificate can be displayed inside the medical practitioner's clinic. For those who have acquired 90 or more CME points in a CME cycle, they will be given approval to use the title "CME-Certified" ("延續醫學進修證書" ) on their visiting cards during the immediately following CME cycle.
- Guidelines on Credit Point System
- Guidelines on Conduct of Online CME Activities
- List of CME Programme Administrators, CME Programme Providers and CME Programme Accreditors
- Frequently Asked Questions
- List of Doctors awarded with CME Certificates
- List of Doctors approved to use the title "CME-Certified"