SELF-ASSESSMENT AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT CATEGORY I CME
FINDING APPROVED PI-CME AND SELF-ASSESSMENT CME ACTIVITIES
Some PI-CME and Self-Assessment CME activities are relevant to all certified PAs (particularly those preparing for PANRE), and others are specialty related. Use the search functions below to find activities that seem most relevant for your area of practice.
Keep in mind that we will award 50% additional credit for all activities designated for self-assessment Category 1 CME credit (i.e., a self-assessment activity worth 10 credits will be converted to 15 credits by NCCPA). Also, the first 20 PI-CME credits logged during every two-year cycle will be doubled when logged with NCCPA.
Read our series of articles below on how PAs are using PI-CME to improve their practice and sometimes, their patients’ lives. If you want to share your PI-CME success, contact email@example.com and we will help tell your story.
ONLY ACTIVITIES THAT MEET NCCPA'S CRITERIA FOR SELF-ASSESSMENT AND PI-CME CREDIT APPLY. QUESTIONS ABOUT WHETHER AN ACTIVITY MEETS THE CRITERIA? EMAIL CME@NCCPA.NET.
Important Note: NCCPA does not endorse any particular CME programs. Inclusion of programs or the order of their appearance within the search return should not be construed as an endorsement by NCCPA.
(We have worked to ensure the accuracy of the details presented here and hope you find them helpful. However, the availability and cost of these activities can be changed at any time by the CME providers. Please let us know if you see anything that appears to be outdated, and we will work quickly to correct it.)
PI-CME (for clinicians):
If you work within a hospital, clinic, medical school or other health care system and are involved in
quality improvement activities/initiatives within the institution, you may be able to earn PI-CME
credit for what you are already doing. To qualify, your institution must apply for AAPA approval of
the existing program. The information they would need to do that is available online here.