CECH Info & Scientific Objectives

 

CPME Approval: 

The Foundation for Podiatric Medicine is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a sponsor of continuing medical education.

Sign In / Scanning Policies: 

In accordance with the requirements of the Council on Podiatric Medicine, The Foundation is required
to monitor session attendance for verification of CECH.

Attendance and earned CECH is recorded electronically by scanning the barcode on the back of
your badge at the times/locations listed in the onsite program. If you missed a scan due to unforeseen circumstances and attended the session warranting CECH, please fill out an Ny19 Missed Scan Request and submit to ftdoc2@aol.com no later than March 31, 2019. 

 

Scientific Objectives: 

The scientific sessions of the Foundation for Podiatric Medicine's New York Podiatric Clinical Conference are designed with the educational goal of presenting balanced academic discussions for the primary care podiatric physician, and also to initiate education in the areas of diagnosis and management of ankle pathology. Providing cutting-edge educational programs in a variety of learning formats, the Conference offers a forum for dialogue about the vital educational and clinical information that is crucial to all podiatrists, ensuring professional development that enhances quality patient care and advances the profession.  

CECH Letters Requirement & Request for Copies

2019 CECH LETTER: NY19 attendees should have received a survey linked to their CECH letters no by this time. Members who attended for free or at a discounted member rate are required to be in good standing (up to date in dues payments) at that time in order for their CECH letter to be released. If you have any questions regarding dues payments, please call 646-525-4888 or email rdoshi@nyspma.org.

Requests for replacement letters and certificates from the NYSPMA office will incur a $10 administration fee per document.  Click here to download a request form, and e-mail it to slunn@nyspma.org or fax to 646-672-9344 to the attention of Sonia Lunn. Requests will take 5-7 business days to be fulfilled. Requests will not be taken over the phone.