The ICS is pleased to confirm that ICS 2015, the 45th Meeting of the International Continence Society, has been accredited for Continuing Medical Education (CME).
We know that CME is important for our delegates as this helps them continuously improve their practice and care of patients by increasing their knowledge, skills and professional performance. Medicine and science are constantly changing and moving forward and so are our medical professionals whether they work in research, health care, clinical care, rehabilitation, or other areas of medicine. CME helps professionals meet requirements for maintenance of license, speciality board certification and other professional privileges.
CME accreditation provides a guarantee to participants from all over the world that the content of the CME provided is of a high quality, unbiased, and that best practice educational standards have been met.
The CME points are approved by the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Office of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Montreal. ICS 2015 will offer delegates up to 26.25 hours of CME credits. Participants can claim the number of hours according to their participation.
ICS 2015 CME Information