The IMS 2011 scientific programme will be submitted for accreditation by:
- UEMS (European Union of Medical Specialists)
- AMA Credits (North America)
- Other National CME Credits
UEMS Credits (Europe)
The European Accreditation Council for CME is an official body of the European Association of Medical Specialists (UEMS) being established by the UEMS Management Council meeting in October 1999.
The UEMS (European Union of Medical Specialists) will assigned to the IMS Congress a certain number of Continuous Medical Education European (CME) credits. These credits are valid for all European Community Countries and are recognized by the American Medical Association toward the Physician’s Recognition Award (AMA) for Canada and North American Countries.
This event is approved for up to 18 credits.
Physicians may apply to convert European credit into AMA credit by completing and returning the EACCME application, along with the appropriate application processing fee and documentation of the meeting Physicians have attended. The conversion of UEMS-AMA credits is one-to-one.
The number of credits will be published on this website not later than 30 days before the congress.
ECM Credits (Italians only)
At the same time of the congress also 4 ECM Courses in italian languange will be organized close to the congress halls.
Thursday 9th – 9.40/13.00
Thursday 9th – 15.00/18.30
Friday 10th – 9,40/13.00
Saturday 11th – 8.30/12.30
The Ecm accreditation will be requested for Physicians specialized in Gynecology and Obstetrics, Endocrinology and General Medicine.