ECNP's independent Scientific Programme Committee (SPC) composes the programme of the 33rd ECNP Congress Virtual with the intention of providing participants with high-quality, balanced and educational content across the field of applied and translational neuroscience.
ECNP has taken great care to respond to the need of physicians to participate in continuing medical education (CME) programmes recognised by the European Union and their home countries. For the programme of the 33rd ECNP Congress Virtual, ECNP has requested accreditation from the relevant accrediting agencies for European and US CME credits.
European CME credits
The European Accreditation Committee in CNS (EACIC) has granted a total of 19 CME credits to the 33rd ECNP Congress Virtual, for Saturday-Tuesday:
||12 September 2020
||3 CME credits
|13 September 2020
||4.5 CME credits
|14 September 2020
||5.5 CME credits
||15 September 2020
||6 CME credits
The latest review of this material was June 2020.
US CME credits
The CME Institute of Physicians Postgraduate Press, Inc., is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The scientific programme of the 33rd ECNP Congress Virtual is eligible for a maximum of 19 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM.
How to apply
It is no longer possible to apply. The deadline was 15 December.
CME accreditation was available for congress participants through the ECNP Congress virtual lobby (open from 12 September 12.00 CEST).
Participants requesting CME credits for their participation to the 33rd ECNP Congress Virtual were required to complete the online evaluation form about the congress which has been set up by the European Accreditation Committee in CNS (EACIC) on or before 15 December 2020.
In order to receive your CME certificate by e-mail, on your last day of attendance (and no later than 15 December), please evaluate the sessions you followed and the general statements about the congress.
CME certificates will be automatically e-mailed to the address provided.
The above process also applies for Industry Satellite Symposia that have been accredited with European CME credits.