Live Activity Planning Documents:
Live Activity Planning Form - Revised 4/2018
Planning Form Page 3 - Additional Sheet
Planning Form Page 3 - Additional Sheet (Enduring)
Planning Form Page 7 - Additional Sheet
Disclosure Form - Revised 5/2018
Budget Template - With Commercial Support | No Commercial Support
*Please review TUSM OCE's Commercial Support & Exhibit/Promotional Guidelines.
(The OCE will provide these materials prior to the activity)
Participant Evaluation and Request for CE Form
Syllabus Accreditation Language
Monitor Verification Form
In-Kind Commercial Support - Monitor Verification Form
8-10 Weeks Post-Activity:
Instructions for Follow-up SurveySurvey Monkey
Follow-up Survey Template
Faculty/Planning Committee Resources:
TUSM OCE Policies and Procedures Manual
Information for Faculty on Disclosure and Content Guidelines
Commercial Support & Exhibit/Promotional Guidelines
Adult Learning Principles and Active Learning
CME FAQ Booklet (from Mass.gov EOHHS)
Guidelines for Effective Lectures at TUSM
Oral Presentation Tips (video from ACCP)
Strategies for Small Group Sessions
Teaching with Cases
National Faculty Education Initiative (NFEI)
Directly Reported Credit to the AMA
Presenters are eligible to receive credit for the learning that occurs in preparing and presenting original presentations at live events that have been designated for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM. The AMA provides two credits for every hour of content presented and documented (minor fee applies).
In order to receive credit, presenters need to submit an application directly to the AMA. Credit can only be granted for the initial presentation of the content and not for repeat presentations. Presenters may report several speaking engagements taking place over the past six years. For more information and to find the direct credit physician application, please visit the AMA website.
200 Harrison Avenue
Posner Hall, 3rd Floor
Boston, MA 02111
Monday - Friday
9:00am to 5:00pm
Tufts University School of Medicine and the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences at Tufts University are international leaders in innovative medical education and advanced research. The School of Medicine and the Sackler School are renowned for excellence in education in general medicine, biomedical sciences, special combined degree programs in business, health management, public health, bioengineering and international relations, as well as basic and clinical research at the cellular and molecular level.
Ranked among the top in the nation, the School of Medicine is affiliated with Tufts Medical Center, Maine Medical Center, Baystate Medical Center, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Lahey Hospital and Medical Center, St. Elizabeth's Medical Center, and many other elite teaching hospitals and health care facilities. Tufts University School of Medicine and the Sackler School undertake research that is consistently rated among the highest in the nation for its effect on the advancement of medical science.
© Copyright 2016 Tufts University