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The Ethiopian Medical Association (EMA) was established in 1961 with a vision to see a healthy and prosperous Ethiopian community who accesses quality health services through enhancing physicians’ professional capacity and guarding the rights and benefits of medical professionals so that professionals would be enthusiastic to discharge quality services and respect professional ethics. From its establishment, EMA has been organizing continual medical education (CME) and consistently promoting continual learning with the aim of keeping its members abreast with advances in medicine.

In order to deal with the critical shortage of the human resources for health in Ethiopia, the government and partners are working on standardizing the in-service training and continual professional development (CPD). The Food, Medicine and Healthcare Administration and Control Authority (FMHACA) has issued a directive to make Continuing Professional Development (CPD) mandatory for all practicing health workers. EMA recognizes that professional associations should lead CPD activities to strengthen the health system sustainability. Hence, the association has established this online system with the goal of contributing to the quality of health care by increasing access to CPD and joint learning among partner professionals.


EMA will be the leader in engaging and serving physicians; and advocating the highest standard of health for all Ethiopians.


Helping physicians care patients through fostering professional development, evidence based practice, economic stability and leadership across multiple specialties.


  • Physician leadership
  • Quality services
  • Innovation
  • Transparency
  • Members First
  • Team work

ADDRESS: Kirkos Sub-City, Woreda 05, Roosevelt street, Infront of Africa Union main gate, Addis Ababa Ethiopia


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Kirkos Sub-City, Woreda 05, Roosevelt street, Infront of Africa Union main gate, Addis Ababa Ethiopia


9.0026562125153, 38.763067661525

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