Attest to Meeting Previous CME Requirements
Diplomates must attest to meeting the subspecialty-specific
continuing medical education (CME) requirements for lifelong learning
activities during the time-limited period of their certificate as
outlined in the CME Transition Requirements Table. Diplomates must attest that all
subspecialty-specific CME requirements have been met by December 31,
2019, at which time they will be transitioned to C-cert and their
certification status will be listed as Certified – Meeting Requirements.
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UCNS diplomates with previous time-limited certificates:
Beginning in 2019, Diplomates holding time-limited certificates will transition to C-cert by completing a one-time attestation that all subspecialty-specific continuing medical education (CME) requirements for lifelong learning took place during the time-limited period of their certificate as outlined in the CME Transition Requirements Table
. Beginning in 2020, they must meet the annual C-cert requirements
UCNS diplomates initially certified in 2019 and beyond:
New diplomates begin participating in C-cert and continue meeting general C-cert eligibility requirements in the year immediately following year of initial certification.
All UCNS Diplomates:
Beginning in 2020, all diplomates must participate in C-cert and meet the annual requirements to hold a status of Certified – Meeting Requirements. Outstanding attestations will be accepted in 2021 and status updates will be done as outstanding annual C-cert requirements are met.