Criterion 30: The provider designs CME to optimize technical and procedural skills of learners.
Overview of Criterion 30 from the ACCME Menu of Criteria for Accreditation with Commendation by Dr. Graham McMahon.
>>McMAHON: Ultimately, many of our interactions with patients are based on technical and procedural skill, whether it's operative skill, procedures, physical examination, or specimen preparation, or things like, even resuscitation or critical instrument management. These are key skills in how we express our ability to care for patients. This criteria recognizes providers that offer CME to help learners gain, retain, or improve technical or procedural skills, or become more self aware, and learn, or reinforce those skills so they can provide optimal patient care.