25 September 2021



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The European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, a body of the European Union of Medical Specialists (UEMS), is responsible for accreditation of international CME programmes for Medical Specialists within the European medical community.

UEMS-EACCME works in conjunction with the Specialty Sections of UEMS and the European Specialty Accreditation Boards, for technical appraisal, and with the National Accreditation Authorities, for official recognition. UEMS-EACCME has a mutual recognition agreement with American Medical Association (AMA).

UEMS-EACCME only provides accreditation for international educational programmes, i.e. those that are designed for an international audience who may expect recognition of CME credits in their home countries.

The principal responsibility of UEMS-EACCME is assuring the quality of international Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in Europe, as well as facilitating and stimulating participation of individual physicians in CME activities.

UEMS-EACCME policies, procedures, standard documents and texts are adjusted to international and European standards in CME accreditation.

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