CME Committee

The CME Committee


  Jean Luc Fauquert
Committee Chair
Jean-Luc Fauquert

Stefano del Giacco
VP Education & Specialty
Stefano del Giacco

Roy Gerth van Wijk
UEMS Allergology SB Chair
Roy Gerth van Wijk

Norbert
UEMS Allergology SB Secretary 
Norbert Mülleneisen
  Jolanta Walusiak Skorupa
Interest Group Representative
Jolanta Walusiak-Skorupa
barbara rogala
WG Biologicals Board Member
Barbara Rogala
Matteo Bonini
Asthma Section Chair
Matteo Bonini
Charlotte Mortz
Dermatology Section Chair
Charlotte Mortz 
  Helen Brough
Pediatric Section Chair
Helen Brough
Ludger Klimek
ENT Section Chair
Ludger Klimek
Stefanie Eyerich
Immunology Section
Board Member
Stefanie Eyerich
 



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About the Committee

CME Committee is responsible for the issues concerning Continuing Medical Education. The system for Continuing Medical Education (CME) is now provided by the EAACI and aims to guarantee a high level of theoretical and clinical competence throughout the entire working life of medical specialists that qualify for CME certification.
CME provides educational activities allow doctors to:
- maintain, develop and increase medical knowledge and skills
- improve their professional performance
- ensure better and safer diagnosis and treatment, in order to improve the quality of life of the patient


At present there is no standardised system across Europe for accrediting CME activities and providing credits. Some European countries have established CME systems with a legal obligation to collect a certain number of credits in order to practice medicine, while in other countries no such system exists and CME is considered as an ethical and moral responsibility of each individual practitioner.

In Europe, the Union of European Medical Specialists (UEMS) has established the European Accreditation Council for CME (EACCME), aimed at facilitating the development of a common European CME system. This committee acts as an umbrella structure for the national CME authorities and guarantees the reciprocity of awarded CME credits in different European countries as well as with the American Medical Association (AMA) and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

The EAACI also comprises a CME Accreditation Council that commenced operations in 2001. It is responsible for promoting continued medical education through the Academy and setting the standards for CME in Allergology.

Read more about the CME here
Last updated 25 May 2020
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