Evidence- and experience-based clinical improvement solutions provider Zynx Health has announced that beginning September 15, 2017, physician users will be able to earn point-of-care continuing medical education (CME) credit from ZynxEvidence pages. Zynx has partnered with the accrediting organisation Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower to offer Zynx CME, a point-of-care CME solution available to users accessing Zynx's award-winning evidence-based content.
Zynx CME makes it simple for physicians to claim point-of-care CME credit any time they navigate to a current ZynxEvidence page from their EHR, AuthorSpace or Knowledge Analyzer. After clicking the CME button and completing a short form, users receive an email from the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower, with instructions on claiming credit from the Center's online CME portal.
The Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
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Medical knowledge provider BMJ and the Ministry of Health have announced a new Memorandum of Understanding which accredits BMJ for continuing medical education and professional development.
The initiative provides clinicians and healthcare professionals with evidence-based online tools and resources, including BMJ Best Practice and BMJ Learning, to improve the diagnosis, treatment and management of both communicable and non-communicable diseases. Produced by international experts, they are reviewed by Ukrainian clinicians and experts and adapted to users in-country in Ukrainian language, available offline, online and via mobile devices.
The programme is fully supported by the Ministry of Health and a national Working Group.
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The Health division of Wolters Kluwer, a global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, has announced that UpToDate®, its acclaimed clinical decision support resource, is recognised as a Continuing Medical Education (CME)/Continuing Professional Development (CPD) resource by the Turkish Medical Association (TMA). For Turkish clinicians, UpToDate can be used as a continuing medical education resource that provides the most current clinical research coupled with expert recommendations to help them provide the best care for their patients.
The Turkish Medical Association plays an important role in ongoing continuing medical formation in Turkey. Founded in 1953, the TMA is the largest physician organisation in the country, counting over 80% of the country's physicians as members. The TMA has over 65 provincial chapters where membership exceeds 100 members. At the international level, the TMA is a member of the World Medical Association (WMA), the European Federation of Medical Specialist (FEMS), the Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE), and an associate member of Standing Committee of European Doctors (CPME).
Since 2000, UpToDate has been accredited as a CME provider by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). In 2012, UpToDate received Accreditation with Commendation, the ACCME's highest award status, for demonstrating engagement with the environment to further physician learning and change.
Searching clinical information in UpToDate helps doctors stay current with changes in medical practice and recommended treatments across 22 specialties. Turkish physicians can use the time they already spend researching clinical questions with UpToDate toward continuing professional development requirements at no extra cost and with no additional testing.
The Turkish Medical Association recognises programs like UpToDate that offer AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s). Physicians may submit their credits earned from UpToDate toward their TMA CME/CPD personal board certification requirements. There is no limit to the number of credits physicians may submit toward their requirements.
In Turkish hospitals and institutions where UpToDate Anywhere is available, using UpToDate to fulfill CME/CPD requirements is easier than ever. Physicians can access UpToDate on mobile devices using award-winning mobile apps. UpToDate may also be integrated in the electronic medical record (EMR) system, which streamlines both the clinical workflow and access to CME/CPD.
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Wolters Kluwer, a global provider of information and point of care solutions for the healthcare industry, has announced that UpToDate®, its acclaimed clinical decision support resource, has received approval from the Japan Primary Care Association (JPCA) as an official Continuing Medical Education (CME) resource. JPCA members can now earn CME credits while using UpToDate to answer clinical questions.
Studies have shown that researching clinical information in UpToDate helps doctors stay current with changes in research and recommended treatments across 22 specialties. JPCA physicians can now use the time they already spend researching clinical questions with UpToDate toward continuing professional development requirements at no extra cost and with no additional testing.
Recognized by the JPCA as a provider of internet point of care learning, UpToDate use can be applied to JPCA members' 5-year certification period.
Using UpToDate to fulfill CME requirements is now easier than ever at hospitals and institutions where UpToDate Anywhere is available. JPCA members can access UpToDate on mobile devices using award-winning mobile apps. UpToDate may also be integrated in the electronic medical record (EMR) system which streamlines both the clinical workflow and access to CME/CE/CPD.
Wolters Kluwer continues to work with professional societies in Japan to facilitate access to innovative continuing medical education via UpToDate.
Information and point-of-care solutions provider Wolters Kluwer Health, US, has announced that users of its clinical decision support (CDS) system, UpToDate, can now earn Continuing Medical Education (CME) certificates accredited by the Colegio de Medicina Interna de México A.C. (CMIM) when consulting UpToDate to answer clinical questions. CMIM recognises UpToDate as a provider of continuing medical education on the premise that UpToDate's clinical content provides clinicians with important updates and knowledge to help them provide the best care for their patients.
Studies have shown that consulting clinical information in UpToDate helps clinicians keep up with changes in their specialty and recommended treatments.
The Colegio de Medicina Interna de México was founded nearly forty years ago and is recognised as one of the most prominent professional medical organisations in Latin America. This is the second continuing education accreditation for UpToDate in the region. UpToDate is also recognised and accredited by the Federación Mexicana de Colegios de Obstetricia y Ginecología (FEMECOG).
UpToDate partners with numerous organisations, including colleges, associations, and authorities from around the world to help clinicians meet their continuing education goals.