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Eugene Pozniak
Programme Director

European CME Forum is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to bringing together all stakeholder groups with an interest in European Continuing Medical Education. It facilitates multi-channel discussion in an independent and neutral environment to promote the advance of high quality CME in Europe.

We believe that information that ultimately improves patient care should be open for all to access, therefore everything we do and present is, where possible, captured, reported and archived, and accessible for free. Over the years we have built up what must be the largest CME resource in Europe. We also set up the peer review open access Journal of European CME (JECME), which, as well as being free to access, is currently free for authors to submit to. JECME is in the midst of publishing a series of manuscripts from across all the stakeholder groups in European CME, with some fascinating, and even contentious viewpoints being presented, take a look and engage yourself in the discussion here.

If you would like to know more about European CME Forum and our journey so far, take a look at this presentation, and as always, do please get in touch to let us know your news, thoughts or ambitions for CME in Europe.

Best wishes,
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Eugene Pozniak
Programme Director
epozniak@CMEforum.org

The Tenth Annual European CME Forum

IMG_8638We’re back from Dublin!

We are delighted to have presented the 10th Annual European CME Forum in collaboration with, and at the home of, the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland (RCPI) in Dublin, Ireland. Over 100 people gathered at 6 Kildare Street to participate in a highly interactive meeting.

You can find the full agenda and presentations below. We will keep updating this page with other outputs as they become available. Make sure you are signed up to receive our updates and we look forward to working with you to bring you the 11th Annual CME Forum next November in London.

 

 

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