會員及非會員報名詳情

一如往年,本年度所有醫學會會員將可免費自動參加本會持續進修計劃。非會員的註冊費用為港幣三佰元正。只要你登記參加本會的持續醫學進修計劃,你便得以享受進修計劃內各種各樣的設施,包括《持續醫學進修專訊》的每月個案研究、講課、研討會等等,當然,你也將可享用醫學會為所有醫生設立的進修記錄系統,將你在進修方面的努力有系統地記錄下來,讓你隨時查閱。

請即填妥報名表格連同所需費用交回以下地址:

香港灣仔軒尼詩道十五號
溫莎公爵社會服務大廈五樓
香港醫學會

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香港醫學會持續醫學進修計劃章則

一. 所有在港註冊醫生在繳付所須年費後均可登記參加香港醫學會持續醫學進修計劃,有關收費由香港醫學會會董會所釐訂。註冊醫生可於學年內隨時登記參加有關計劃。
二. 香港醫學會持續醫學進修計劃按學年運作,每學年均以一月一日為起始並以該年十二月三十一日作結。於學年內,參加者所參與的進修活動將以進修積分點記錄,於年度終結時,參加者之總積分將列載於進修記錄系統之中。
三. 參加者如於一個學年內累積不少於三十個積分點並繳付所須費用,將獲香港醫學會頒授持續醫學進修證書以茲獎勵,有關費用將由香港醫學會會董會釐訂。不論參加者於學年內何時登記,符合要求者均有資格獲頒授有關證書。
四. 香港醫學會將按參加者參與之進修活動給予參加者進修積分點,有關進修活動可由本會或其他機構舉辦,惟由其他機構舉辦之活動須先行獲本會持續醫學進修評審委員會根據香港醫務委員會之規定評審及認可。自修課程獲取之積分則以每年二十分為上限。
五. 參加者如欲將其他並未載列於記錄系統之活動加入其進修記錄之中,須於學年終結後一個月內以書面向持續醫學進修委員會提出申請,有關申請必須附有該等進修活動之詳情以及有效之出席證明。所有本地舉辦之活動必須於舉行前已成功申請進修積分,本會恕不接受本地活動之追溯積分申請。持續醫學進修評審委員會就上述申請是否獲接納擁有最終決定權。

 


The Medical Council of Hong Kong
Continuing Medical Education Programme for Practising Doctors who are not taking CME programme for specialists

1.

Objective of Continuing Medical Education (CME) for practicing doctors

The purpose of CME for practising doctors is to encourage practising doctors who are not taking CME programme for specialists to keep themselves up-to-date on current developments in medical practice so as to maintain a high professional standard.

 

2.

The Education and Accreditation Committee (E & AC) of the Medical Council has approved a certification programme for CME of practising doctors. This programme is based on a "Credit Point System" with credit points awarded for participation in CME activities recognized by the E & AC of the Medical Council.

 

3. The Credit Point System
3.1

The "Credit Point System" awards credit points in the following categories:

a. Active and Receptive CME
b. Publications
c. Self-study

3.2

All doctors registered for certification of their CME activities are required to submit proof of attendance, photocopies of published articles, transcripts of courses taken or documentation of self-study programmes, etc. to the E & AC of the Medical Council through CME Programme Administrators.

3.3

CME Point Allocation

  • 2 points per hour for active and 1 point per hour for receptive participation in educational activities.
  • A maximum of 3 points for a half day programme.
  • A maximum of 5 points for a whole day programme.
  • A maximum of 10 points for a programme lasting two or more days.
4. CME Cycle
4.1

Registrant doctors are expected to complete a 3-year cycle period of CME activities.
The cycle starts on 1 October 2001 and 1 January and 1 July of every year.
All newly registered medical practitioners are anticipated and encouraged to register.

4.2

A minimum of 90 credit points has to be accumulated over a 3-year cycle period, and a minimum of 30 credit points per year is required.

4.3

The basic credit point is one point for each hour of participation in CME activities.

4.4

Each CME activity claimed can only be accredited credit points under one single CME catergory.

 

5. Criteria for recognizing (or approving) CME activities
5.1 Active and receptive CME
This includes activities in which a registered doctor participates and may include the following:
5.1.1

Active participation as speaker, chairman, panelist, presenter or passive participation as attendant in any accredited activity (2 pts/hr for active and 1 pt/hr for passive CME).

5.1.2

Participants as teacher/trainer/trainee in formal, non-bedside didactic post-graduate course (2 pts/hr for teacher/trainer and 1 pt/hr for trainee).

5.1.3

Participation in a hands-on clinical course as trainer or trainee in a hospital or clinic (1 pt/hr up to a maximum of 10 pts).

5.2

Publication
Publication includes papers on public health, clinical and/or academic interest published in professional journals, books and newsletters of professional bodies that have been accredited by the E & AC through CME Programme Accreditors. (2 pts/publication)

5.3

Self-study
This includes self-study programmes such as self-assessment programmes accredited by local medical organizations, colleges and overseas professional bodies that have been accredited by the E & AC through CME Programme Accreditors. Credit points of each course will be assessed individually and a maximum of 20 points can be awarded for self-study per year.

5.4

For accreditation by the E & AC, activities such as symposia, conferences, scientific meetings, panel discussions, workshops, etc. need to be organized by professional bodies that have been accredited by the E & AC through CME Programme Accreditors, local or overseas, and conducted by specialists or experts related to the field.

5.5

Upon prior accreditation by the E & AC through CME Programme Accreditors, regularly held activities of doctor-groups with attendance of a minimum of 5 doctors will be recognized as CME activities. These include journal meetings, case presentations, X-ray meetings, clinical pathological meetings, audio-visual viewing sessions and invited talks/presentations.

5.6

Network educational programmes which have received prior approval by accredited professional bodies, organized distance-learning, diploma courses, etc. will be granted credit points upon individual application.

 

6.

Award of Certification of Satisfactory CME Activity
Registrants who have accumulated the required minimum credit points are eligible for the issue of a Certificate to certify that they have achieved a satisfactory level of CME activity over the period of review. Such a certificate can be displayed inside the doctor's office.

 

7.

Use of the title "CME certified"
Registrant doctors who have accumulated the required minimum credit points during a 3-year cycle, i.e. 90 credit points, will be allowed to use the title "CME certified" on their visiting cards.

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