Possibility to download pdf State District Agreement CME of 2 February 2017
A fundamental role is played by the Scientific Committee, which is the technical-advisory body that supports Unika Conferences & Events’ management in the definition of strategic lines and in the evaluation of the training projects to be implemented.
Dr. Salvatore Carlentini Bassano del Grappa surgeon ophthalmologist
Dal 1993 al 2007 Primario Divisione Oculistica Ospedale di Bassano del Grappa; attualmente esercita la libera professione
Dr. Angela Briziarelli - orthoptist
Professional orthoptist, O.U. Ophthalmology at Santa Maria della Scaletta Hospital in Imola - From 2003 to 2012 Districtal President AIORAO Emilia Romagna - Author of publications in Orthoptics.
Dr. Cristina Ianiro, freelance nurse
from 1986 to 2017 nurse at Oncology Department, DRG unit health management and O.U. oncohaematology Santa Maria delle Croci Hospital in Ravenna – Founding member of the no-profit association Fabionlus, to support the course of SLA patients.
Dr. Luigi Marino surgeon ophthalmologist
in charge of Legal Ophthalmology at the School of Specialization in Ophthalmology - University of Milan - Professor of Ocular Pharmacology at the Life and Health University HC San Raffaele in Milan
Dr. Giuseppe Monti biologist specialized in general diseases – medical surgeon
From 1973 to 2006 Biologist at the Department of Anatomy and Histological Pathology and Laboratory of the Santa Maria delle Croci Hospital in Ravenna - subsequently director of the Outpatient Clinic and Laboratory of the Child Jesus Santa Teresa Deeds Health Centre in Ravenna - Currently Freelancer- homo-mesotherapy, homotoxicology and homeopathy
Dr. Domenico Basilio Poddie surgeon specialist in vascular surgery
From 1996 to 2010 Director of Complex Structure, General Surgery at Santa Maria delle Croci Hospital in Ravenna - Currently freelancer at the private accredited San Francesco Clinic in Ravenna and Malatesta Novello Nursing Home in Cesena
Dr. Giorgio Tassinari surgeon ophthalmologist
Chief Physician of Ophthalmology from 1989 in Rimini and from 1998 at Bologna’s Maggiore Hospital.
In 2000 Founder and Director of the Corneal Bank of Emilia Romagna District. Contract Professor since 2002 at the University of Bologna Ophthalmology Clinic. Since 2011 Freelancer at the Toniolo Nursing Home in Bologna and the Ravenna Microsurgery Centre - Member of the Board of Directors of the Italian Ophthalmology Society - Founding member of AICCER, GIVRE, Italian Glaucoma Sociaty.
The continuous training of health professionals is an expression of the fundamental value of health protection. The training of health professionals is carried out through programs aimed at improving skills and abilities, also in terms of scientific and technological progress.
The provision of training is based on the principle of transparency. The contents and teaching objectives must be independent of commercial interests.
The CME obligation is addressed to all health professionals who carry out the health activity for which they are qualified. The health professional has the obligation to take care of his training and professional competence in the interest of oneself and of the community.
The completion of the training activities is measured by the formative credits. The health professional achieves the right to the recognition of training credits by passing of the final tests of the events provided by the providers. Individual credits accrued by health professionals are recorded in a single national registry managed by Co.Ge.A.P.S.
With Resolution of 18th December 2019, published on the AGENAS website on 23/12/22019, the Italian National Commission for Continuous Education (CFNC - Commissione Nazionale per la Formazione Continua) approved the period extension for the acquisition of the compulsory 150 training credits for the three-year period 2017-2019 to the 31st December 2020. This extension does not change or affect the 150 credits that are to be acquired during the following three-year period 2020-2022.
Below are some highlights we find useful:
1. The training obligation for the three-year period 2020-2022 is equal to 150 training credits, aside from exemptions, exoneration and reductions approved by the National Commission, and notwithstanding the application for the three-year period 2020-2022 of what has already been regulated for the three-year period 2017-2019.
2. The acquisition of training credits for the three-year period 2017-2019 is allowed until 31 December 2020 for events with an "event end date" within 31 December 2020. For those who will use this extension, the reductions mentioned in the continuous education handbook of health professionals part 1.1 and point 1 and 2 will not apply
The reductions to which point 2 refers are the following:
For those who had acquired 121 to 150 credits in the three-year period 2014-2016, the three-year requirement 2017-2019 was reduced to 120, while for those who had acquired from 80 to 120 it was reduced to 135.
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There are four types of training activities: