EFLM Continuing Professional Education Credit System – CPECS®
25th International Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine WorldLab and 25th European Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine EuroMedLab and 55th Annual Congress of the Italian Society of Clinical Biochemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology (SIBioC) are accredited by the EFLM CPECS® to provide CPD activity for participants.
EFLM CPECS® is an administrative system that provides a quality assurance mechanism for the accreditation of continuing education programs and events offered based on high-quality continuing education content in laboratory medicine and relevant scientific topics.
The CPECS® Continuing Professional Education Credit System is a unique acronym for laboratory medicine and an EFLM trademark registered by the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) for professional recognition of continuing education.
Breakdown of credits
A maximum of 19,5 CPECS® credits can be awarded for the educational sessions of the 25th IFCC-EFLM EuroMedLab Congress. Each participant will receive credits on the basis of the tracked participation at the sessions on site. Information on CPECS® credits per session can be found in the scientific program and the mobile app.
Each participant has to attend at least 90% of each session to get CPECS® credits.
Those wishing to receive CPECS® must have their attendance established at the entrance and exit of each session: a dedicated staff will be responsible for reading badges (please be sure to have your badge read!). At the end of the congress, participants who have attended 90% of the session hours will receive an email with a link to log in to complete the post-session evaluation questionnaire and receive CPECS® credits. The corresponding CPECS® certificate can only be automatically downloaded from this portal once the post-session evaluation questionnaire has been completed.
The CPECS certificate is an opportunity for those attending the congress in presence only.