eaccme 2013-2014 - UEMS

Report
Activities in EACCME –
ORL SECTION
2013-2014
Kajsa-Mia Holgers
Christiane Neuschaefer-Rube
Ulf Schønsted-Madsen
Antonio Migueis
Fazil Apaydin
Karl Hörmann
Milan Profant
Tomislav Baudoin
Francis Marchal
Sverre Steinsvåg
chair
Evaluate European ENT specialist
courses for CME accreditation.
Participate in EACCMEs development of
criteria and mechanisms for
accreditation.
EACCME:
European Accreditation
Council for Continuing
Medical Education
CME:
Continuing medical
education.
CME-point: CME-accreditation unit =
ECMEC
Full day program = 6 CME max.
Half day program = 3 CME max.
One hour
=
1 CME
II Hands-on Endoscopic Sinus
Surgery Course
Barcelona Feb. 2014
The objective of this course is to expand the knowledge of
endoscopic surgery beyond the paranasal sinuses towards the
pterigopalatine fossa. the pituitary, through a critical thinking process
. It is particularly the goal to achieve adequate and improved handson clinical practice. An instrument company with internationally
renowned facilitates shall provide all the instruments needed for
advanced endoscopic surgery
Event code: 10182
12 CME points
Third International Master in Nasal
Cytology
(Berlin, Germany, 26.–28.06.2014)
The International Master in Nasal Cytology will be structured in frontal
lectures and practical works at the microscope. Frontal lectures will
deal with the cellular elements of the nasal mucosa considering their
normal and pathological conditions. As for the practice, a tutor will
show and supervise the procedure of cellular identification. An
assessment questionnaire will be administered and a Certificate of
Attendance will be released at the end of the event.
Event code: 10595
12 CME points
XI. International Tinnitus Seminar –
WORKSHOPS
Berlin. 21.5. – 24.5.2014
Topics of the International Tinnitus Seminar 2014 include the
progress in basic research as well as novel diagnostic, imaging
and therapeutic methods, cochlear implants and tinnitus,
treatment of comorbid diseases (e.g. depression or anxiety) in
tinnitus patients and many other themes. Congress participants
may register for up to 4 workshops. Workshop participation
limit: 25. Workshops can only be booked in connection with the
congress registration fee.
Event code: 10664
24 CME points
16th International Otology course
June 26. – 28. 2014
Beziers, France
The international Faculty designed the needs assessment process. Seven
otological issues were identified as being most important. Discussions in
prioritizing the issues were held anually since 13 years with the 20 faculty
members of 9 countries after each Course. The expected educational
outcomes are a better knowledge of each otological issue and an improved
skills by understanding the techniques required to perform safe and efficient
ear surgery and the technical solutions required for unusual problems that a
surgeon might encounter. The expected impact in doctors' practice is a better
patient's selection and an increased confidence in distinguishing different
types of otological problems
Event code: 10821
15 CME points
Hearing and Cognition
June 13-14. 2014.
Krakow, Poland
To achieve a better understanding of the impact of hearing loss
on cognition, learning how to recognize early signals of cognitive
decline, how to perform the audiological assessment and
interpret imaging in relation to cognitive decline.
And how to interact, cooperate, exchange information with the
multiple disciplines involved and
how to counsel the patients with signals of cognitive decline
Event code: 10772
9 CME points
5th International Master of Nasal
Cytology
Paris, France 2.-4. October 2014
The International Master in Nasal Cytology will be structured in frontal
lectures and practical works at the microscope. Frontal lectures will
deal with the cellular elements of the nasal mucosa considering their
normal and pathological conditions. As for the practice, a tutor will
show and supervise the procedure of cellular identification. An
assessment questionnaire will be administered and a Certificate of
Attendance will be released at the end of the event.
Event code: 10924
12 CME points
5th International Master in Nasal
Cytology
London, United Kingdom, 4.–6.09.2014
The International Master in Nasal Cytology will be structured in frontal
lectures and practical works at the microscope. Frontal lectures will
deal with the cellular elements of the nasal mucosa considering their
normal and pathological conditions. As for the practice, a tutor will
show and supervise the procedure of cellular identification. An
assessment questionnaire will be administered and a Certificate of
Attendance will be released at the end of the event.
Event code: 10877
12 CME points
25th Congress of the European Rhinologic
Society, in conjunction with the 33rd
International Symposium on Infection and
Allergy of the Nose
Amsterdam, Netherlands 22. - 26. June 2014
A full and stimulating programme is covering all aspects of rhinology
from allergy to skull base surgery, from rhinoplasty to rhinosinusitis,
taking in cutting-edge technology and state of the art basic research
along the way. The Program Committee has prepared up to 8 tracks
keynote lectures, instructional sessions, symposium, interactive round
table sessions and paper sessions covering the entire field of
rhinology.
Event code: 10770
24 CME points
7th Instructional Workshop of European
Academy of Otology and Neurotology.
Siena, Italy. 13.-16. September 2014
The program includes hand-picked leading
international experts who have contributed valuable
recent research in Otology. The congress will deliver
sessions to give extensive Otology knowledge for use in
the clinical setting. The congress will give delegates a
greater understanding of the development and
progress of Otology in Europe from an international
viewpoint.
Event code: 10835
15 CME points
SFORL - French ENT Society Congress
This conference will deal with practical cases in Medical
Otorhinolaryngology The objective is to present new
applications that could be use in a short and medium term.
Event code: 10873
18 CME points
XXVII.Congress of the Union of the
European Phoniatricians - Phoniatrics an Interdisciplinary Specialty
Moscow, Oct. 2 – 5. 2014
The assessment process of our pre-program bases on discussions
with the UEP national coordinators and the representatives of the
European Academy of Phoniatrics. The expected outcome is to
obtain new scientific knowledge in causes, diagnostics and therapy.
All European phoniatricians are involved in the treatment of voice.
Therefore we focus on voice disorders and have invited experts from
different medical disciplines as lecturers which mirrors the
interdisciplinarity of phoniatrics.
Event code: 11302
16 CME points
III Hands-on Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
Course
BARCELONA, Spain 2.-3. November 2014
The objective of this course is to expand the knowledge of
endoscopic surgery beyond the paranasal sinuses towards the
pterigopalatine fossa. the pituitary, through a critical thinking
process . It is particularly the goal to achieve adequate and
improved hands-on clinical practice. An instrument company
with internationally renowned facilitates shall provide all the
instruments needed for advanced endoscopic surgery
Event code: 11406
12 CME points
8th Surgical anatomy in head & neck
cancers procedures, Pavia, Italy. Oct.
23-25. 2014
Advanced course with frontal lessons and
practical dissection of the more important
surgical techniques in head and neck
oncology. Neck dissections, Salivary gland
dissection, Sialoendoscopy, Tracheostomy,
Thyroidectomies, Laryngeal surgery,
Pectoralis major.
Event code: 9721
15 CME points
Educational objectives and fulfillment
of learning needs
11)
The Provider must structure the LEE to fulfill defined educational
needs.
12)
The Provider must define the “target audience”.
13)
The Provider must identify the expected educational outcome.
Description of the LEE
14)
The Provider must provide a descriptive title and the nature of
the LEE
15)
The LEE must be presented in a manner suitable for an
international audience.
16)
The LEE must include methods to promote active learning.
17)
The Provider must provide detailed information about the
duration of the LEE
Description of the LEE
18)
The Provider must indicate how it will be verified that the
learner has engaged with the LEE.
19)
The LEE must be conducted in compliance with all relevant
ethical, medico-legal, regulatory, industry-based and legal
requirements.
Details of the provider
20)
The Provider must provide a description of the Provider
organisation.
21)
The Provider must state the names and titles of those involved
in the LEE
22)
The Provider must state the name, title and contact details of
whom responsible for the application of accreditation of the
LEE.
The scientific and/or organising
committee
23)
The Provider must provide names, titles, and contact details of
the members of the scientific and /or organising committee.
24)
The Provider must ensure that all members of the scientific and
/or organising committee declares potential conflicts of interest.
25)
The Provider must confirm that any conflicts of interest have
been resolved.
26)
The scientific and /or organising committee must declare that
the LEE will provide a scientifically balanced program.
The Faculty
27)
The Provider must ensure that all members of the faculty
provide a declaration of conflicts of interest.
The programme
28)
The Provider must provide the latest version of the program
at the time of application.
Funding of LEE
29)
The EACCME will only consider for accreditations LEE that fulfill
all specific requirements. Accordingly, events provided by
pharmaceutical and medical equipment industries will not be
considered.
30)
The sources of all funding must be declared.
31)
The scientific and /or organising committee must confirm that
all content of LEE is free of any attempt to influence the content
by sponsors.
32)
The Provider must submit information about the total number of
learners and the fees.
Promotional material
33)
All educational material must be free of any form of
advertising.
34)
Specific examples of what will lead to automatic rejection:
•
•
Sponsors name in the title of program, a session, or a
lecture.
The display of brand name/logo in the program
or a lecture.
The EACCME will accept a single page acknowledgment in the
program where all sponsors are recognised . It must be clearly
separated from the scientific part of the program.
Promotional material
36)
The Provider must confirm that it will comply with national
rules, regulations, and industry standards regarding exhibition
areas where companies are permitted to present their
products.
Review by learners
37)
The Provider must provide means for the learners to provide
feedback on the LEE.
38)
The EACCME reserves the right to request doctors , who will be
attending the LEE, to provide independent information about
the fulfillment of the criteria.
Mechanism of application
39)
The only application form that will be accepted is that made
available at
40)
www.eaccme.eu.
An applicant must not attempt to influence the decision of the
EACCME.
Criteria and decision-making for
accreditation
42)
The application will be reviewed simultaneously by the two
EACCME designated evaluation bodies:
a)
the National Accreditation Authority.
b)
the relevant speciality-based EACCME
accreditation body in UEMS
44)
EACCME accreditation requests support from both evaluation
bodies.
Fees
51)
The fee for an application is determined in accordance
with the expected total attendance of learners.
0 - 250 participants:
350 Euros
251 – 500 participants:
650 Euros
501 – 1000 participants:
950 Euros
1001 – 2000 participants:
1250 Euros
2001 – 5000 participants:
2450 Euros
More than 50000:
4250 Euros

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