An enduring material is a print or Web-based activity that does not have a specific time or location designated for participation.
Providers may use this new application type for activities that supply learners with a mechanism to conduct a systematic review of their own performance, knowledge base or skill set.
Hospitals, health systems, clinics, medical schools and other duty-of-care providers with quality improvement activities with participating PAs can get their projects approved for AAPA Category 1 PI-CME credit.
Providers must include three stages to apply for AAPA Category 1 PI-CME Credits.
A series of educational sessions held by a hospital, health system, clinic, medical school or other duty-of-care provider that occurs at set intervals on an ongoing basis and which are primarily planned by and presented to the organization’s own staff.
PA programs can submit their applications to receive eligibility to award Category 1 CME to their PA preceptors here.
For AAPA purposes, a live event is a group-based activity held at a fixed date and time in which participants interact with one or more faculty.