Forms and Policies
Information for Course Directors and Conference Planners
Educational activities that are certified for AMA PRA Category I Credits™ must be in compliance with the Essential Areas and Criteria and the Standards of Commercial Support set by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).
This requires a planning process that includes a needs assessment, identification of practice gaps, content designed to address the gaps and an evaluation plan. The OCME has an experienced staff that will be happy to guide you through the application and planning process to ensure that ACCME expectations are met and your event is successful. Please contact us as early in the planning process as possible for a consultation. Early planning is crucial for designing and developing an effective educational activity.
Ensuring compliance with the ACCME Essential Areas and Criteria and the Standards for Commercial Support requires an intensive review process, therefore applications received within 45 days of the activity will be charged a late fee to facilitate a rush approval process. If it is 30 days or less before the event, we will not be able to review and approve the application.
Call to arrange a consultation before applying for credits.
Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS): Chimera Hampton 501-661-7962
Live, non-RSS, activities: Karen Fleming 501-661-7962
Forms Under Construction – Please bear with us as we complete our new web site. If you need a form that is not yet posted, please call 501-661-7962 to ask for it. We hope to have all the forms back online soon. Thank you for your patience.
We have developed many forms and guides to assist you in the planning and application process. Select the appropriate link below to access these materials for the educational activity you are planning.
- Live activities - live activities or courses that are generally intended for participants that may be external to your institution.
- Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS)- activities that are planned primarily for internal participants and presented as regularly occurring activities such as grand rounds, case conference, or lecture series.
- Enduring Materials - activities created as a self-instructional package usually as a CD or DVD, video recording, monograph or a web- based product.
OCME Fees 2012/2013 (July 1, 2012-June 30, 2013)
OCME Fees 2013/2014 (July 1, 2013-June 30, 2014)