An individual is eligible to qualify to write the CMLE examination provided all of the following criteria are met:
Qualification and Current Registration: The candidate must provide documentation of having completed an official accredited training program within their area of clinical expertise and documentation of applicable registration status at their respective governing College. The candidate must also demonstrate that they are currently in good standing with their respective college and hold autonomy to practice with no imitations at the time of examination.
CMLE Training: In order to qualify for the CMLE examination, the candidate must have completed the CMLE IME Foundations Training program Parts I and II (8 hours per course for a total of 16 hours) in the prior 12 months at the time of application. No substitutions for this training will be accommodated in any circumstance. At least one provincial legislative module must be selected and completed as part of the training and examination program.
IME Report Review: As a key component of completing their CMLE certification, the candidate must demonstrate competency in IME assessments and reporting. The reports will be reviewed by the Examination Committee through a blindpeer review process, and scored together as pass or fail. Both reports must receive a passing grade in order to qualify for certification. In addition, the candidate will be required to complete a self - evaluation on the reports pertaining to quality factors, an analysis of elements of bias and medicolegal principles applied.
There are two options to satisfy these criteria:
The number of examination attempts by candidate will be limited to three times within a three year period.
MAINTENANCE OF CERTIFICATION
The successful CMLE candidate will be required to provide the Examination Office with evidence of completion of continuing education in the field of independent medicolegal evaluations annually by the 31st December of each
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