CAME Rising Star – Certificate of Excellence

CAME Rising Star – Certificate of Excellence

Nomination Deadline: December 12, 2022

 Objectives
This award is intended to recognize learners who have demonstrated a commitment and/or passion for health professions education. This could be education research, curriculum or workshop development, leadership, advocacy, etc, that has had a positive impact on the health professions education community at their school or beyond.

The Award
The CAME Rising Star Certificate of Excellence consists of a certificate and the opportunity to write an article for the CAME newsletter. There are up to three awards at each Canadian Faculty of medicine: up to one for medical students; up to one for residents/fellows; up to one for graduate students. For the 2022-2023 cycle the initial nomination does not need to be made by a CAME member. Members currently serving on the CAME Executive or CAME Board of Directors are not eligible as nominees. The award is adjudicated locally at each Faculty of medicine; contact your local CAME representative for details of the nomination process.

* The CAME Awards Committee has no role in adjudicating the CAME Rising Star Certificate of Excellence. While sponsored by CAME, these awards are adjudicated locally by CAME Board School Representatives and their committees.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligibility Criteria

  1. All learners who are engaged in medical education scholarship and currently registered in one of the 17 Canadian Faculties of Medicine are eligible. Recipients need not be members of CAME. Award category is based on the nominee’s status at the time of nomination – for example, a graduate student who has defended before the awards are announced, but was still in their program at the nomination deadline, is eligible for the graduate student category.
  2. Recipients will have been engaged in health professions education scholarship in a way deemed to be valuable within their Faculty of medicine (teaching, assessment, evaluation, educational leadership, course or workshop or session development, education, educational research)
  3. Recipients should not have already been recognized for this contribution with a national award (e.g., from CAME, MCC, RCPSC, CFPC, etc).
  4. Members currently serving on the CAME Executive or CAME Board of Directors are not eligible.

Selection Process

  1. CAME requests each CAME Board school representative begin the process via email which will include the submission deadline date.
  2. The local CAME representative will set up a selection committee and a mechanism for identification and selection of candidates from their institution.
  3. The local CAME representative will submit the name(s) of the award winners, their contact information and a maximum 280-character comment for each of the awardees. Submissions are to be sent to CAME by School Representatives by completing an online form. The link to this form will be distributed to CAME Board School representatives in October.
  4. CAME will receive and confirm nominations and notify the awardees by email.
  5. The Certificate of Excellence will be presented at a CAME virtual special event. To recognize awardees.  It is an expectation that the awardees will attend where at all possible.
  6. CAME will acknowledge each recipient on its website, newsletter, and through Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn & Facebook.

CAME Rising Star – Certificate of Excellence and CAME Certificate of Merit 2022

CAME is pleased to celebrate the recipients of the 2022 CAME Certificate of Merit and Rising star Certificate of Excellence. 

Please join us in congratulating these individuals for their commitment to medical education in Canada!

 

CAME Rising Star – Certificate of Excellence

CAME Announces the Recipients of the 2022 Rising Star – Certificate of Excellence Awards

CAME is pleased to announce the recipients of a brand new CAME Rising Star – Certificate of Excellence Awards.

This award is intended to recognize learners who have demonstrated a commitment and/or passion for medical education. This could be education research, curriculum or workshop development, leadership, advocacy, etc, that has had a positive impact for the health professions education community at their school or beyond.

These deserving colleagues will be recognized at the upcoming CAME Annual General Meeting which is held in conjunction with the Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME).

Please join us in congratulating these individuals for their commitment to medical education in Canada.

2022 CAME Rising Star – Certificate of Excellence Recipients

Memorial University of Newfoundland

Resident
Dr Alain Bateman

 

Dalhousie University

Graduate Student
Ms. Sarah van der Ende

 

Université Laval

Medical Student
Mr. Louis-Bénédict Landry

Resident
Dr Andrée-Anne Paradis

Graduate Student
Dr Alexandre Rolland-Déry

 

Université de Sherbrooke

Medical Student
Ms. Ashley Buffone

Resident
Dr Kenza Achtoutal

Graduate Student
Ms. Elise Vachon Lachiver

 

Université de Montréal

Medical Student
Mr. Alexis Charron

Resident
Dr Alexandre Hudon

Graduate Student
Mr. Hussein Assi

 

University of Ottawa

Medical Student
Mr. Alex Young Soo Lee

Resident
Dr Cody Lo

 

Queen’s University

Medical Student
Ms. Kiera Liblik

Resident
Dr. Andrew McGuire

 

University of Toronto

Medical Student
Ms. Calandra Li

Resident
Dr. Susan Armstrong

 

McMaster University

Medical Student
Ms. Devika Singh

Resident
Dr. Nina Mazze

 

Northern Ontario School of Medicine

Medical Student
Mr. Conner Sonke

Resident
Dr. Josée Lalanne

Graduate Student
Dr. Jenna Darani

 

Western University

Medical Student
Mr. Max Stone

Resident
Dr. Beatrice Preti

Graduate Student
Ms. Olivia Ghosh-Swaby

 

University of Manitoba

Medical Student
Mr. Stefon Irvine

Resident
Dr. Fiona Vickers and Ms. Gabrielle Wilson

Graduate Student
Ms. Jackie Gruber

 

University of Saskatchewan

Medical Student
Mr. Zachary Oleynik

Resident
Dr. Scott Adams

Graduate Student
Ms. Amanda Stalwick

 

University of Calgary

Medical Student
Mr. Logan Haynes

Resident
Dr. Michael Mak

Graduate Student
Ms. Laura Morrison

 

University of British Columbia

Medical Student
Ms. Celine Hounjet

Resident
Dr. Rebecca Spouge

Graduate Student
Ms. Natasha Orr