We are planning to develop an accredited CE video that will be posted online and on social media. What are best practices for this?

The ACME offers five steps to maintain the integrity of your CE in this situation:

  1. “Nest all required information, such as disclosure of the presence of absence of relevant financial relationships, accreditation statement, disclosure of the source of commercial support (where applicable) within any video content itself (where it is less likely to be separated from the descriptive copy around a video).
  2. Include contact information for the accredited provider within the content itself so that a learner with questions may contact you directly if they encounter the material in or on an unexpected site.
  3. Include language regarding copyright and your requirements for reproduction of the material directly within the content.
  4. Have a mechanism in place to request removal of previously posted materials on reasonable request from the content owners or authors who perceive that their intellectual property rights have been undermined.
  5. For activities designed for an hosted on social media platforms, the accredited provider has a mechanism in place to protect the learning environment from interference by owners/employees of ineligible companies.  One way this has been accomplished with the use of private invite-only groups within an online or social media platform.”


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