• CME approval is under process with the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties. The final no. of CME points awarded will be announced after the show. 
  • Informa Markets cannot process CME requests after 17 December if the attendee fails to submit the necessary information for CME claiming. It is the attendee’s responsibility to ensure these are submitted before the end of the show

Your CME hours

The Global Health Saudi team would like to thank you for attending the congress from 7-10 December 2020. We are looking forward to seeing you again next year!

Please find below the information on how to receive your CME hours.

Important Reminders:

  • The programme includes CME sessions accredited by Saudi Commission for Health Specialties. The SCFHS is a Saudi Arabian scientific commission that regulates health-care related practices and accreditation at all levels in Saudi Arabia.
  • Note that the only the live sessions (aired at the scheduled time) are CME accredited.
  • The recorded sessions will be made on-demand from 11-25 December however this would no longer be CME accredited.
  • The number of CME credits that you can earn will depend on the sessions attended and duration. The CME credits are calculated as 1 hour of learning is equivalent to 1 CME credit.

CME process for Saudi residents

Send your CME claim:

If you have submitted the required information (listed below) through the registration form, we should already be processing your CME, please see more details in the 'After' section below.

CME claim requirements for Saudi delegates:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Job title
  • Company
  • Email
  • Country
  • SCFHS Number

If you have missed filling the section, please re-submit the information through this form by 17 December.

After sending your CME claim:

  • The CME credits will reflect on Mumaris accounts of KSA participants by the end of January 2021, only after review and approval by the Saudi Council.
  • Please login on your SCFHS account to verify that the credits have been allocated by the end ofJanuary 2021.

CME process for non-Saudi residents

  • The organisers will issue a CME certificate with the number of CME credits eligible to each attendee by end of January 2021.
  • The attendee can use the certificate to submit to their local bodies for cross recognition.
  • It is important to note that the Saudi Council for Health Specialties does not have a formal agreement in place with other countries in terms of mutual recognition of CME credits. This would depend on the respective countries.