DMC partners with BMJ to provide online CME programme for doctors


Delhi Medical Council has signed an agreement with BMJ to provide an online CME programme, based on learning needs of healthcare professionals independent of pharmaceutical industry for better patient care.

Dr Arun Kumar Agarwal, president, Delhi Medical Council, said, “With this association we aim to develop a custom designed online learning website for our members and jointly contribute towards the clinical as well as academic needs of the DMC doctors.”

With this announcement, a three-month BMJ Learning platform will be available for DMC members at

The partnership is for two years and both parties will jointly contribute towards the clinical as well as academic needs of the DMC doctors to provide a continuous learning and upgradation of knowledge for the DMC members.

The BMJ Learning online CME (continuous medical education) modules are accredited by DMC for one credit hour/CME point and doctors completing the online modules will be awarded with a joint completion certificate, according to a statement issued on Tuesday.

Anand Ekambaram, managing director, BMJ India, said, “We are excited about this association with the Delhi Medical Council and are looking forward to creating specially designed learning modules for the DMC members.”

DMC has also launched online registration services for its members and has decided to waive off the late fees charges, due on renewal of registration, till March 31.

Source: India medical Times


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