Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits

ERS applied for CME accreditation from the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP) and the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®).

Both accreditation boards (EBAP and EACCME) have granted European CME credits for the ERS International Congress Programme 2016: 27 CME credits are available for the ERS International Congress 2016.

Recognition of CME credits

For accredited activities, credits can be exchanged for their national equivalent by contacting your national CME authority. EACCME credits are recognised throughout Europe and in North America.

A record of your CME credit status will also be kept for future reference.

Receiving your credits

Printing or downloading your CME and attendance certificates can only be done online after the Congress.

Go to MyERS and login with your myERS credentials in order to get your certificates. Please make sure you keep your badge number as it will be required for your identification. Physicians should only claim those hours of credit spent in this educational activity.

Disclaimer: the Early Morning Symposia, Practical Workshops, Evening Symposia, Evening Mini-Symposia, Evening Expert Forum are organised by industry. You cannot claim CME credits for attending these sessions.

About the European Board for Accreditation in Pneumology (EBAP)

EBAPThe ERS Congress programme is reviewed by EBAP each year to provide quality assurance and continuing medical education accreditation (CME) for the event. EBAP is an independent entity that works to ensure the quality and independence of CME activities.

Download a factsheet on EBAP activities / Download the EBAP Smart Guide to find out how you can get your events CME accredited by EBAP / Visit the EBAP website