A CME activity application is the mechanism used to apply for CME credit and is required for all activities. UC San Diego CME utilizes a web-based system for the management of accreditation applications and associated data. The platform enables a streamlined process for application submission, committee review, reporting, and follow-up data submission.
The application is due 60 days prior to the projected release of the enduring material and is available online.
Note: in order to fill-out the application, the educational planning process (including the gap analysis/needs assessment) needs to be completed. Please use the
Educational Planning Tool to help guide you through this process.
Additional Application Requirements
All persons involved in the planning and execution of the CME activity (including course directors, planners, speakers, medical writers, and other staff) must provide conflict of interest disclosure information. For enduring materials,
all disclosures are due at the time of application. If faculty and/or staff are added to the program development process after the application has been submitted, those disclosures must be submitted no later than four weeks prior to the release of the activity.
HighMarks allows for completion and updating of disclosure information online at any time. For administrator access, please contact our office at email@example.com.
Other information required in order to complete the application are a
detailed outline of the content to be covered and/or an actual copy of the activity materials, and a