Certificates of Attendance

All professional groups are offered a Certificate of Attendance.

CME Credits:
The Mental Health Series has been structured to meet the accreditation criteria for a self-approved group learning activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification program of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgerons of Canada - participants may claim 1 credit per event.  Family Physicians may submit a "Linking Learning to Practice" form for 2 Mainpro-C credits or use each learning activity to claim 1 Mainpro M2 credit.  When you receive your certificate of attendance, there is a space provided to enter the number of credits earned for the session, as applicable.

How can I receive a certificate of attendance?

Disclaimer:  Please be advised that participants must complete an evaluation in order to receive professional credits and/or a certificate of attendance. 
In-person attendees:  Hard-copies of the certificate of attendance will be offered to those who attend in person and complete their evaluation.  In-person attendees are also welcome to complete their evaluation online and receive an e-version of the certificate (see below).
Videoconference & webcast attendees:  Electronic evaluations are emailed immediately following a presentation to everyone who had registered online in advance of the session.  If you did not register in advance, please send us an email or go to our website to download the link to the evaluation.  Once the online evaluation is completed, you will be able to download and print a copy of your certificate of attendance.  Evaluations must be completed within 3 days of the presentation air date; the evaluation will close after 3 days, and certificates of attendance will no longer be available.  If you experience any technical difficulties obtaining the certificate of attendance within these 3 days, please email mentalhealthseries@cheo.on.ca for assistance.


Contact us at mentalhealthseries@cheo.on.ca.

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