11th Annual European CME Forum
11th Annual European CME Forum (#11ECF)
CME as a Change Management Engine
More information is now available and the Call for Abstracts is open. Also, whether or not you are planning on coming to the meeting, add your voice to the Annual CME Survey. If you decide to come, then participants get an additional 10% discount, remember to do the survey before registering! Click here for the survey, and here to register.
Timings and structure
Wednesday 7th November 2018
Invitation-only “Day 0” meetings for individual groups (medical societies, accreditors, Good CME Practice group, industry)
11.00-12.30 Pre-meeting session: An introduction to #11ECF, CME in Europe and the jargon we use (also Pairing introductions)
(12.30-13.30 Lunch available for participants – Exhibition area open)
13.30 Opening of the 11th Annual European CME Forum
14.00-17.30 Plenary session and Forum workshops
17.30-18.30 Networking reception
Thursday 8th November
8.30-17.30 Day 2 of the 11th Annual European CME Forum
8.30-17.30 Plenary sessions, Panel discussions, Forum workshops, Lunch with the Learners
17.30-18.30 Networking reception
(18.00 JECME Board meeting – invitation-only)
Friday 9th November
8.30-Day 3 of the 11th Annual European CME Forum
8.45-12.30 Plenary session, Panel discussions, The CME Unsession
12.30 Meeting Close
(Lunch available for all participants)
13.30-15.00 Post-meeting session: CPD in the UK
As we discussed last November in Dublin, we will be looking to implement some new planning processes for #11ECF this year. We will be inviting a number of people from each stakeholder group to contribute to the planning and development of the meeting, and we will also be looking to provide additional education, content and guidance throughout the year. Take a look at the reports, presentations, outcomes and even a few photographs from last year’s meeting here.
Please keep in touch with your ideas and contributions, and we will keep this page updated with details as they are worked out. Make sure you are signed up for the newsletter – see the column on the right.
We are able to reduce the registration rate again this year, and in the run-up to Brexit the Euro and Dollar seem to keep going even further in the UK! Do the Annual CME Survey and insert the code in the top right hand corner of the first pop-up window. The Academic Rate is for people working in Medical Societies, academic, healthcare professionals and accreditation bodies. Write to us if you are planning on a block booking or have any questions.
Once again we will be at an academic venue rather than a hotel. We do not have a “conference hotel” as it is not possible to negotiate favourable rates in London for a meeting of our size, but there is a great range of hotels in the area at all levels of pricing. Be aware that hotel prices go up and down on a daily basis, more so in London, so do shop around to find the best deal. To help you out we have put together a list of places within walking distance and some handy tips for your stay.
The 11th Annual European CME Forum is planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Siyemi Learning and European CME Forum. Siyemi Learning is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Siyemi Learning designates this live activity for a maximum of 15 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This activity is supported by independent educational grants from Pfizer and BMS