Why Attend the SACME Annual Meeting, February 24-26?

Here are 12 compelling reasons…

  1. Network with your colleagues
  2. Receive updates on current scholarship and research in CME/CPD
  3. Learn how to create more scholarly programming
  4. Learn how to design an outcomes-based program evaluation
  5. Advance your leadership abilities
  6. Join an “incubator” group to discuss advancements in CME/CPD
  7. Pandemic-proof your program
  8. Help to build a culture of inclusivity and belonging
  9. Access global ideas to solve local problems
  10. Become a visionary—be inspired, renew your imagination, and get creative
  11. Engage in outreach—link your program to local community public health initiatives
  12. Get support and give support (achieve personal well-being and resiliency)

Register TODAY for the SACME Annual Meeting! Go to sacme.org/Annual-Meeting.

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