What is in this article?:
columnist Steve Passin outlines what you need to know about the new AMA Learning from Teaching credits now available for academic CME providers.
To be eligible to certify new Learning from Teaching in UME and GME credits, CME providers must meet the following requirements:
- They must be a national organization that is accredited by or by a state medical association recognized by ACCME.
- The institution must be Liaison Committee for Medical Education—and/or Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education—accredited.
- Applying must be willing to document what they learned through teaching in UME and/or GME.
- The CME office must have adequate staff to manage and document this new type of learning in accordance with ACCME’s Criteria for Accreditation and the AMA PRA rules.