You can either use CMEasy, our Bluetooth tag system, or use the online evaluation system at eval.myESR.org
What is CMEasy and how does it work?
With a personalised tag, we can track which sessions you attend, and award CME credits automatically. After the sessions, a notification e-mail will be sent informing that attendance has been registered. On the following day, you receive a confirmation of sessions attended, if you have reached the required minimum attendance time.
How can I use CMEasy?
When you arrive at the congress venue, please pick up a bluetooth ‘tag’ in the entrance hall and attach it to your badge. Then go to one of the CMEasy counters to activate and personalise it.
Is it obligatory to use CMEasy?
No, it is optional, and is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. All attendees can use the online evaluation system at eval.myESR.org
How does the CMEasy tracking work?
When you enter and exit a session room, your movement will be tracked. If you spend the majority of the session in the room, your attendance will be confirmed.
Do I receive confirmation of my attended sessions?
After attending sessions in a certain time slot, you will receive a notification via e-mail that attendance to these sessions has been registered. A link to an evaluation form will also be provided so you can evaluate the session.
Note that you must attend the majority of the session in order to have your attendance confirmed. The following congress day, you will receive an e-mail confirmation that the session has been added to your record of attendance, if you have reached the required minimum attendance time.
What do I do if I am not sure a session has been correctly registered?
After leaving the session room, you should receive a notification that your attendance in this session has been registered. In case this e-mail does not arrive immediately, please wait a couple of hours since there may be some delay in e-mail delivery. You can of course also go to the online evaluation system at eval.myESR.org and evaluate the session in question. This will also correctly register the session to your CME sheet (see also below).
Whom can I talk to if I have questions or problems with CMEasy?
Please contact our staff at the “App and CMEasy help desk” in the entrance hall.
How do I use the online evaluation system?
You can access the online evaluation system at eval.myESR.org. You must
Where can I complete the online evaluation at the congress centre?
Evaluation and CME acquisition will be possible:
When is the deadline for completing evaluations?
Online evaluation of the sessions is possible February 28 - March 04, 2018. No evaluation is possible and no CME credits can be obtained after this date. Note that the respective evaluation sheets are available only after the session started. Make sure to submit your evaluations of the sessions during the congress!
Whom can I talk to if I have questions or problems with the online evaluation system?
You can contact our staff at the “App and CMEasy help desk” in the entrance hall or at the EPOS Info desk in the ECR Online & EPOS™ Lounge on the 1st level.
How many credits can I earn for ECR?
This depends on where you come from:
Where can I find my confirmation of attendance?
Each ECR delegate has access to a general Confirmation of Attendance via myESR.org/MyUserArea
To log in, please use your username and password (in case you do not remember them, please use your Last Name and Personal ID as indicated on your badge).
After Friday, March 2, printing stations will be available to print out this confirmation onsite. Note that this document is permanently available online several days after the congress, you can print them any time at home.
What information is on the “Record of attendance (CME confirmation)”? Where can I find it?
This lists in exact detail all the sessions visited and evaluated during the congress as well as the number of hours attended.
This document will be available several days after the congress via myESR.org/MyUserArea
Why is the list of sessions not identical to the total amount of CMEs earned?
This may have several reasons:
Continuing Medical Education in Diagnostic Radiology is a programme of educational activities to guarantee the maintenance and upgrading of knowledge, skills and competence following completion of postgraduate training. CME is an ethical and moral obligation for each radiologist throughout his/her professional career, in order to maintain the highest possible professional standards.
This deals with the acquisition and maintenance of new knowledge, skills, attitudes and values, in order to ensure that radiologists are able to maintain and improve their competence to practice in their specialist area, as well as in any area of additional responsibility in education or management. This improves the overall quality of service to patients.
For any questions, please contact the ECR CME Support.