An enduring material is defined by the ACCME as, “A non-live CME activity that ‘endures’ over time” (such as videotapes, CD-ROMs, Internet-based education, etc). The learning experience can take place at any time in any place. Enduring materials must be treated in the same manner as all other educational activities. Applicants must submit an original copy of their CME/CE Application & Planning Worksheet to the Prairie CME office at least 3 months prior to the distribution of publicity material for the first occurrence of the activity. Please use all of the documents provided in the ‘Activity Management’ and ‘Forms’ sections as needed to complete the application process.” Again, we ask that you read and follow all of the Prairie CME guidelines and policies before applying for CME credit approval of any educational activity.