Definition of CME & CPD

Continuing Medical Education (CME)

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.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

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.

ECR - CME Accreditation

Each ECR delegate has access to confirmation of all activities attended (CME confirmation and record of attendance).
For further information, please contact the ECR CME Support.

ESR Supporting Members