Here is useful information for the accreditation of an activity. This is intended for our local reprensentatives.


Accreditation request for a medical education activity

Local representatives must submit their requests for credits by creating a new medical education activity on the FMOQ website, five weeks prior to the event, mainly for activities lasting three hours or more. Please note that the FMOQ imposes penalties for all requests submitted after the deadline.


Interested in becoming a local representative?

The local representative participates actively in the development of activities that will meet the needs expressed by the physicians in the workplace. A six-hour classroom training on the methodical approach given by the FMOQ's Professional Training Department must be followed. The next training session will take place on March 11, 2020, at the FMOQ offices in Montreal. A classroom training session will also be held in the fall of 2020, in Quebec city. The date is to be determined. If the local representative wishes to submit activities before the classroom training, an online training session is available.


You have more questions or wish to become a local representative?

Please contact Edith Goulet, AMOM secretary, for additional information.

          

          


Useful links for training local representatives

Access the FMOQ page for local representatives (in French only)

Downloard the analysis grid (in French only)

Consult the rules of eligibility for the training fund allocation (in French only)