Introduction from our member in charge of training
This page is dedicated to professional development. Here, you will find our policies regarding recognition of activities, as well as the links needed to request credits for an activity.
Please contact Ms Edith Goulet, Executive Assistant, for any additional information.
Dr Daniel Rouette, chair, Professional Development
Recognition of educational activities
The AMOM applies the same policies as the “Fédération des médecins omnipraticiens du Québec” (FMOQ) towards the recognition of educational activities. Please visit the FMOQ’s website for more information.visit website
As of January 2004, a fee of $175.00 dollars, plus taxes, is required by the AMOM for the grant of credits and their listing on your yearly FMOQ summary. The trained local representatives must create an activity on the FMOQ website in order to be granted the credits.
They must do so at least five weeks before the educational activity, especially if it lasts more than three hours. Please note the FMOQ will enforce penalties if the application is not submitted on time.