I'm presenting at a CME event, how do I earn CME credits for myself?
Mainpro+ Credits: Family physicians can claim one non-certified Mainpro+ Self-Learning credit for each hour spent on teaching activities. This may include the time spent developing and delivering a presentation. Linking Learning Exercises (Linking Learning to Teaching) can be completed for lecturing and are eligible for five Mainpro+ certified credits.
MOC Credits: Royal College members may submit MOC Section 2 credits as Personal Learning Projects (PLPs) for preparing formal teaching activities and presentations. MOC Section 3 credits may be claimed for time spent reviewing and reflecting on annual teaching evaluations from CME presentations.
Can I claim CME credits for committee participation?
College of Family Physicians of Canada members may claim one-credit per hour non-certified Self-learning Mainpro+ credits for each hour spent on committee participation, curriculum development and educational planning. Log in to your Mainpro+ account to submit credits.
Royal College members may be eligible for 15 MOC Section 2 credits per year/per committee. To claim credits the purpose of the committee much be to improve quality, safety, or effectiveness of the healthcare system. This can be submitted as a Quality Care/Patient Safety Committee activity. Log in to your Mainport ePortfolio to submit credits.