JIC co-sponsored by AAPI

Accreditation Statement:
American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AAPI takes responsibility for the content, quality and scientific integrity of the CME activities. AAPI designates these educational activities upto 25 hours AMA PRA Category I Credit ™. The attending Physicians should only claim credit for the activities they participated in.


Objective and the Goal:
It is to meet the knowledge gap in their practice and improve the competence confidence level in managing the patients. The goal is to provide the etiology, patho-physiology, clinical manifestations, diagnostic modalities and the latest tools available in the management of the disease. The materials are delivered by the expert faculty in didactic form and with case presentation. It is expected to assure the highest level of care and better out come to the patient.
  • To incorporate latest advances in daily practice for improved patient care, using guideline & evidence based medicine
  • To incorporate technological advances in daily management of patients for higher clinical outcomes
  • To imbibe a comprehensive review of current established practice patterns in the diagnosis and treatment of medical sciences
  • To update knowledge of available pharmaceuticals, medical devices & medical sciences


Target Audience:
This CME Activity is designed for Physicians of various specialties, Internists, Surgeons, Family Physicians and other Specialists. The physicians are the members of the AAPI and guests.