The NC-CME certification program will benefit the health of the public by offering stakeholders a way to verify the knowledge and skills of CME staff; eligibility for the CCMEP credential includes documentation of education, experience, and a passing score on a 3-hour examination.
Also during the San Francisco meeting, NC-CME convened committee chairpersons to begin planning for Form 2 of the certification exam.
The NC-CME is a nonprofit organization founded in 2006 by a group of CME professionals whose goal was to establish an independent certification program.
The NC-CME certification program will benefit the public health by offering stakeholders a way to verify the knowledge and skills of CME staff.
is a private, non-profit, tax-exempt organization created in 2006 by an independent group of CME professionals committed to serving the public by creating a standard of competence for persons who create, deliver, and/or support CME programs.
We believe that competent CME Professionals need to be able to do more than pass an exam," noted Jack Kues, PhD, President of NC-CME