Accreditation

The Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology is a Royal College of Physician and Surgeons (RCPSC) accredited national CPD provider of Clinical Immunology and Allergy educational programs and meets the RCPSC strict standards for the provision of Continuing Medical Education. The CSACI is responsible for reviewing programs that have been developed or co-developed by physician organizations for credits under Section 1 (group learning) or Section 3 (self-assessment programs or simulation-based assessment programs) of the Royal College’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program.

The CSACI can:

  1. Approve programs developed by physician organizations.
  2. Co-sponsor programs with physician organizations.
    See Guidelines for Accreditation – Co-development with Physician Organizations
  3. Co-sponsor programs with non-physician organizations. 
    See Guidelines for Accreditation – Co-development with Non-Physician Organizations

 

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NEW NATIONAL STANDARD FOR SUPPORT OF ACCREDITED CPD ACTIVITIES

As of January 1, 2018, the Royal College National Standard comes into effect.  Please use the new updated application form to submit to the CSACI for approval.  Click here for a summary of changes to the Royal College CPD accreditation standards.

The RCPSC has available an Accreditation Toolkit that may be helpful in planning and developing your CPD programs.

For more information, please contact CSACI head office at cpdcsaci@gmail.com

Sample Forms: