The initial objective of the EACIC was focused on developing a true European perspective on CME in CNS. This programme was initiated with the purpose of ensuring a pan-European dimension to education in CNS in order to establish methodologies for the most effective forms of CME. The objective was to develop common European educational standards, and to assist in promoting CME in CNS in all European countries.
The EACIC was created to meet the need for CME accreditation in CNS
The EACIC was set up within the framework of the Leonardo da Vinci Project (EUR/99/2091/1111b/ FBC, January 2000 – May 2000) from the European Commission … Read more
2001-2008: The EACIC is a global player in promoting CME activities in CNS in Europe
Between 2001 and 2008, the same procedures were used for several large congresses that included the WCBP Congresses (World Congress of Biological Psychiatry), the ECNP Congresses … Read more
2008-Present: The EACIC contributes significantly to developing CME in CNS throughout Europe and elsewhere
The EACIC has been involved in the accreditation of many different kinds of scientific events (international congresses, satellite symposia and educational programmes) and of enduring material … Read more
Future EACIC activities will involve the accreditation of scientific events and achieving a pan European dimension in being recognised by national and international accreditation bodies in Europe. The objective is also to establish links with non-European systems, mainly in the United-States and Eastern European Countries.