The CNSF is open to co-developing educational symposia with Industry in adherence with the Section 1 Standards of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. To qualify for Section 1 MOC Credits:
See sample of the questions contained within the online 2013 Specific Course Evaluation.
The MOC Application process for Co-Developed Symposia is outlined below.
CNSF and Collaborating Partner agree to a Needs-Based Group Learning Activity. And the standards above are agreed to.
Collaborating Partner Completes Education Event Checklist (Due December 1).
CPD Event Checklist »
Planning Committee Chair (CNS or CNSS member) Submits MOC Application Submission (Due March 1)
Co-Developed MOC Application »
Lunch 'n Learns are learning activities which are not eligible for Section 1 MOC Group Learning credits. The following Standards are to be followed when participating and organizing a Lunch 'n Learn session at the CNSF Congress:
Lunch ‘n Learn Guidelines
Speakers Contact List
Speaker Disclosure Form
Course Write-Up template
Congress registration opens in February, please try to ensure a write-up (even if draft) is provided by January 25, 2016.
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