January 1, 2020–December 31, 2022

January 1, 2020–December 31, 2022
Learning from Teaching CME Credit


  1. Faculty member must be currently engaged in teaching UME or GME students. Each learning activity will be verified by the UME or GME program prior to being reviewed by the Office of Continuing Medical Education.
  2. CME credit is NOT awarded for actual time spent teaching students. It is awarded for new learning that occurs as a result of preparing to teach and the time you spend using the new skills in your teaching practice. The actions that you complete in support of your learning are called the "learning activity."
  3. CME credit may be claimed only once for each learning activity. For example, if you teach the same content on more than one occasion, you may only claim credit one time. However, if you engage in new learning, even on a topic that you previously taught, you may claim credit for the new learning. 
  4. As an active learner, we expect that the educational material you use (or provided by us) has been developed independent of any ACCME-defined commercial interest. Two ways to ensure this is to utilize:
    • Peer-reviewed materials in professional journals that follow the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts created by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors and/or 
    • Accredited continuing medical education developed and presented in compliance with the ACCME® Standards for Commercial Support.