accreditation

In support of improving patient care, Lexis has planned and implementing Certificate Accreditation Educational credits (few eligible conferences) in our conferences. This Accreditation is implemented jointly with our associated providers.

Participants should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Full accreditation information including disclosures, credit hours available and faculty information will be provided in the attendee hand out onsite.

For physicians learning can and should be a joy, continuing educational development will provide knowledge which will be useful to maintain current level of knowledge and skills to implement in current practice. Being an educational provider we take part in the society to support scientific community in fulfilling the current educational and skill requirements through our activities.

We recommend all the participants to invest time to utilize the activities to implementing new skills in their practice. We are very sure that all participants will find improved case and satisfaction.

Certificate Accreditation by the Conference Planning Committee

All Distinguished Speakers, Session Keynote Speakers, Planning Committee, Session Chair Person, Young Investigators, Delegates and Poster presentations will receive Certificates during the Closing ceremony of the last day of conference. Webinar presentations will receive the e-certificate within 3 days after the conference. Best poster and young investigator awards will be nominated by respective session Chair Person and awarded in closing ceremony.

CME CREDITS

Few Medical conferences organized by us will be provided with CME credits. Please send your enquiry to respective conference mail id.

Continued Medical Education credits

CME /Continuing Medical Education mainly consist of educational activities. Which has keen role on enhancing, maintaining, and development of the knowledge, and skills? CME educational activities include live events, written publication, online program, and electronic media presentation.

Some states require specific number of credits for the medical professionals to continue their practice.

CME helps those in the medical/dental field maintain competence and learn about novel and developing areas of their field.

How to get CME Credits

The person who needs CME credits has to attend the conference. And the credits will be calculated by the number of hours of the conference, Medical seminars or conferences, Lecture series, Teaching, Live Internet activities

For two days conference: 16 Credits

For three days conference: 22 credits

By attending these conferences, events, workshop which is accredited by the medical society or a person.

Number of hours of scientific event will finally reflect on the number of the credits you will receive.

CPD Credits

What does CPD mean?

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. It states to the process of pursuing and documenting the skills, information and experience that you achieve both formally and informally as you work, beyond any preliminary training. It's a record of what you practice, study and then apply. The word is generally used to mean a physical folder or portfolio proving your development as an expert.

What are the benefits of CPD?

Continuing Professional Development is vital in assisting individuals, organisations, Societies, associations or entire industries to keep skills and knowledge up to date. Providing CPD permits organisations to become a knowledge bank to key stakeholders of your organisation. CPD accredited training courses, workshops and events allow specialists to use the education time towards individual CPD requirements.

  • Allows you to calculate your knowledge and distinguish its actual value
  • Allows you to identify your knowledge gaps and helps you to address these
  • Enables you to plan and achieve your career goals
  • CPD is a pointer of professionalism
  • Allows you to up-skill and involve in innovate solutions
  • Enables you to improve your employability
Allocating CPD Time

Allocating time for CPD is the person’s responsibility. They need to understand the Continuing Professional Development necessities for their organisation/industry to understand how their CPD training and education should be verified and what number of hours are required. Most institutes offer their associates with Continuing Professional Development requirements usually as a minimum annual number of hours. These goals are defined by the accrual of CPD hours through training, seminars & workshops, events & conferences as well as other structured forms of CPD learning. These CPD hours are sometimes converted to points, units or credits. The majority of organizations allow members to select subjects of relevance to them as individuals; a minority also require their members to seek CPD on a range of core subjects.