Educational activities must follow a prescribed planning process in order to be eligible for CME certification.
The following informational documents and planning forms have been developed by the OSU CCME in accordance with the ACCME® criteria requirements.
If you are looking to certify an educational activity as a Regularly Scheduled Series or an Enduring Material, please see the sections designated for those types of activities below.
You can download a printable version of the following forms:
CME Planning Process / Certification Forms for Live Activities
The following are documents used for the certification of all live activities with the exception of Regularly Scheduled Series, or RSS. If you are seeking certification for an RSS, please consult the Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS) Documents section below.
Application for Category 1 Credit Resources
Once a CME Proposal for Consideration has been completed and approved for your activity, you will be sent an Application for Category 1 Credit to complete. This document is not included in this section as each application is customized per the details of your specific educational activity and will be sent to you as notification that your Proposal has been approved. The following resources should aid you in the completion of the application as well as the onsite logistics of your event.
Joint Providership Forms
Joint providership CME activities are defined as those in which a faculty member approaches OSU CCME on behalf of a not-for-profit organization outside of the institution to certify a CME activity for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. A faculty member, for these purposes, is a regular faculty member employed by either the University or the Wexner Medical Center in a teaching, research or administrative capacity. The proposed program must be one for which at least one OSU faculty member serves in the primary role of initiating, planning and overseeing the educational content and quality. In addition, the faculty member’s chair must recommend approval of the program. The program must also be approved by the Dean or his/her decanal designee. The joint providership must be with an established scientific or professional organization. The activity or the organization must be consistent with the academic, research, and patient care mission of The Ohio State University.
The following document must be completed in order for an activity to be considered for Joint Providership.
- Letter of Agreement for Joint Providership
CME Pricing / Fee Selection Forms
These documents outline the services offered by the OSU CCME and the specific fees that are assessed for the services selected.
NOTE! RSS Fees - If your activity fulfills the criteria of an RSS and sufficient administrative support is provided by the department / division sponsoring the education, no certification fee will be assessed.
Some, if not all of the following forms, will be used for all types of educational activities (live activities, including RSS, and enduring materials):
Conflict of Interest Disclosure Forms
Commercial Support / Exhibitor Documents
Tax Forms / Honorarium Information
- OSU W-9 Form
- Instructions for Honorarium for Outside US Speakers
Regularly Scheduled Series (RSS) Start Up
If you are interested in starting a Grand Rounds (aka RSS), please contact Brian Ehrlich. He will be able to discuss your needs and help you through the application and planning processes.
Brian may be reached at (614) 293-9326 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enduring Materials (Online Activity) Start Up
If you are interested in starting an online activity (aka Enduring Material), please contact Derrick Freeman. He will be able to discuss your needs and help you through the application and planning processes.
Derrick may be reached at (614) 293-3473 or via email at email@example.com.