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Revised Guidelines on CME/CPD

Continuing Medical Education (CME) and Continuous Professional Development (CPD)

It is the objective of the College to promote the advancement of the art and science of medicine, foster the development of postgraduate medical education and continuing medical education as well as promoting the improvement of health care for Hong Kong citizens. Starting from 2008, HKCOG has implemented an integrated CME/CPD programme, which was then revised in Jan 2011.

The programme consists of regular 3-year cycles, and the minimum requirement is 90 points per 3-year cycle.

Activities that can be accredited CME/CPD points include:

  • Participation as an attendee in Formal College Approved Activity (FCAA)
  • Chairing/Presenting at FCAA
  • Self-study
  • Publication
  • Research
  • Development of new technologies or services
  • Undergraduate and Postgraduate teaching
  • Conducting examinations
  • Postgraduate courses
  • Development of CME/CPD or knowledge-translation materials
  • Quality assurance
  • Grand rounds in training units
  • Reviewers of Hong Kong Medical Journal and Indexed Journals
  • Hands-on clinical attachment programme
  • Other non-medical professional development activities

For more detail of the programme, please download the principles and guidelines on CME/CPD and summary of the CME/CPD points endorsed by the HKCOG Council in Jan 2011

To view College's arranged CME meeting, please click this link

To view your CME points please click this link (login is required)

Dr Danny Leung

Chairman of CME/CPD Committee

Jan 2011