SACME Paul Mazmanian Early Career Research Grant: Coming Soon! – The Scholarship Committee of the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) is pleased to announce a new grant opportunity in memory of Paul Mazmanian. The SACME Board of Directors is finalizing the criteria for the grant but expects to make the announcement in 2022.

Patient-centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) – New Cycle 2-2022 PCORI Funding Announcements Open: View the PFAs. Check for research areas and upcoming application deadlines.

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) offers a variety of grants to support medical educators, clinicians, and researchers. Selected opportunities include:

Find more RCPSC funding information here.


2023-Winter Funding, Awards, and Events

Continuing Education Request for Applications for Opioid Analgesic REMS

The grant application process is now open for continuing education (CE) activities that are compliant with the Opioid Analgesic Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (OA REMS). The 2023 CE Request for Application (RFA) is available here. Submissions are due by March 9, 2023 (11:59 pm ET).  The goal of the grants is to support high-quality REMS-compliant accredited continuing education for prescribers and other healthcare professionals on the […]

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2022-Fall Funding, Awards, and Events


SACME Phil R. Manning Research Award: The Society for Continuing Medical Education (SACME) is announcing the call for proposals for the Phil R. Manning Research Award in Continuing Professional Development. Funding up to $50,000 (USD) is available over two years for projects that support scientific research for the advancement of any of the following fields

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Author: Mike Blyth,
2022-Summer International CME/CPD

Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for Ophthalmologists and Other Specialty Physicians in Africa

In the article, I described my own journey in trying to keep my knowledge and skills current having realized that many of my patients knew a whole lot more about their conditions than I, a fresh graduate from residency thought they did.

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