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Let Your Message Reach Our Audience! CE News is an excellent place to advertise if you are recruiting, conducting courses, promotions, or selling software products and consulting services in UME, GME and CME. Our readership of nearly 9000 professional contacts includes: all SACME members, U.S. and Canadian medical school deans, associate deans of continuing and […]Read More
A Woman Seated Beside a Vase of Flowers (Madame Paul Valpinçon?) Edgar Degas French, 1865 (Sixth painting down from top on Home Page) The juxtaposition of the prominent bouquet and the off-center figure, gazing distractedly to the right, exemplifies Degas’s aim of capturing individuals in seemingly casual, slice-of-life views. The sitter is probably the wife of […]Read More
March 15-18th, Nashville, TN Nearly 300 SACME members and non-members participated in the very first of its kind—a SACME international hybrid annual meeting. The goal of this year’s meeting, post COVID-19, was to assure access to everyone—whether you could attend live or not. Thus, the meeting was structured to offer two learning formats— in person […]Read More
Column Editors: Craig Campbell, MD and Joseph Szot, MD
Truth and Reconciliation in Medical Schools: Forging a Critical Reflective Framework to Advance Indigenous Health Equity.
In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) of Canada outlined 94 Calls to Action, which formalized a responsibility for all people and institutions in Canada to confront and craft paths to remedy the legacy of the country’s colonial past. This article outlines efforts by stakeholders at one medical school to mobilize their institution to address the TRC’s Calls to Action via the Indigenous HealthRead More
How Artificial intelligence (AI) will change the CPD work of healthcare professionals. By Vjekoslav Hlede, PhD, DVM Artificial intelligence (AI) has been here for some time. Whether we like the idea of an AI-enhanced reality, whether we use ChatGPT or not, AI is here. We use it. Zoom recordings generate a summary and list of […]Read More
By Holly Harris, MA At the end of August, I had the opportunity to travel to Glasgow to attend the annual Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Conference, the world’s leading international conference for health professions education. With over 4000 attendees, it is an impressively wide-reaching and impactful event. I was pleased to see […]Read More
Feeling Isolated in CPD/CE? Wish you had a professional network of colleagues? We have the answer… Join SACME!
Become a member in a society of distinguished CPD/CE leaders working in medical schools and other academic institutions, nationally and internationally…. The Society of Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) is committed to promoting the highest value in patient care and health of the public through the scholarship of continuing medical and interprofessional education. Join us […]Read More
By Raynor Denitzio, CE News Reporter On Tuesday, June 6, James W. Kim, MBBCh, PgDip, Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Calgary, and Heather MacNeill, MD, BSc(PT), MScCH (HPTE), FRCPC Associate Professor, University of Toronto, offered a dynamic SACME sponsored workshop titled “Hybrid Flexible (HyFlex) Learning in CPD.” Hybrid Flexible or “HyFlex” is an […]Read More
Delving Deeper Into the Use of Education in Quality Improvement: A Profile of the 2023 Manning Grant Awardee Project By Natalie Sanfratello, MPH, CHCP During his keynote at this year’s Annual Meeting, David Price, MD, FAAFP, FACEHP, FSACME addressed the intersection between quality improvement (QI) and CPD/CE and how most of our industry is not […]Read More
Column Editors: Craig Campbell, MD and Joseph Szot, MD This issue, our editors have selected articles that address some of the most controversial and challenging topics of the day Teaching the Teachers: Development and Evaluation of a Racial Health Equity Curriculum for Faculty. Falusi O, Chun-Seeley L, de la Torre D, Dooley DG, Baiyewu M, […]Read More