The State of CME in Europe A Work in Progress
Continuing Medical Education (CME) in Europe has undergone some major shifts in recent years. These have varied across Europe: from national changes in which systems have moved from being voluntary to mandatory, to the establishment of more formal systems to guide physicians on how to keep up-to-date with latest clinical practice.
“While for some, CME has become clear and straightforward, for the majority, European CME still remains a cacophony of disparate rules shrouded in mysterious regulations,” says Eugene Pozniak, Managing Director of Siyemi Learning.
This article, written two European CME consultants, provides an overview of the state of CME in the UK, France, and other European countries.
Topic headings include:
- Is CME Mandatory in Europe?
- Table: Where CME is “Mandatory” in Europe
- eCME in Europe
- Insert: The pharmaceutical industry and CPD in the UK
- The Other French Paradox: CME
- French Regulatory Activity
- Pharma Sponsorship of CME in France
- Case Study: BlogFMC.fr, a multi-author blog to discuss CME, sponsored by Pfizer France
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Issue: Vol. 7, No. 8: October 2008
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