The CAME Foundation
Be part of the next generation of medical education in Canada!
It’s about YOUR priorities! Support any key initiatives listed below or provide an unrestricted donation to support all Foundation activities.
The CAME Foundation was created in February 2012 thanks to the efforts and vision
of Dr. Meridith Marks, University of Ottawa and successfully received registered charity status
in 2013. The CAME Foundation has a Board of Directors and is dedicated to advancing eligible
activities of CAME for the benefit of medical educators and those they serve.
The purpose of the CAME Foundation is to advance medical education by:
- providing support through scholarships, bursaries, awards or other forms of financial assistance to persons or organizations engaged in or intending to engage in research or education in the field of medical education
- providing support to conferences, courses, seminars, training programs and workshops focused on medical education and related research; and
- receiving or maintaining a fund or funds and to transfer from time to time all or part thereof or the income therefrom to other charities under the Income Tax Act (Canada) that engage in medical education.
CAME Foundation Priority Objectives
- Create an annual peer-reviewed grant competition exclusively to support Canadian medical education research and innovation
- Support up to two educators from across Canada each year to travel to other academic sites to learn, share ideas and collaborate on new initiatives
- Build on the existing Ian Hart fund to ensure a sustained legacy to support CAME initiatives, well into the future
- Support the development of new educational programs that use best evidence and expertise from across Canada to help teachers and educators in their academic roles
- Support CAME in its development of well-researched and relevant public statements and position papers on issues of importance to medical education in Canada.
White Coat, Warm heART Exhibit
The White Coat, Warm heART Exhibit will once again be present at CCME 2019 in Niagara Falls in The Port Colburn Lounge, located on the second floor of the Scotiabank Convention Centre. Entries are accepted in a wide variety of categories, including oils, watercolor, photographs, pastels, etching, pen and ink, and more. The CAME Foundation is pleased to announce that for the fifth year in a row, the exhibit has agreed to work with the Foundation to put on a silent auction, which will run from April 13 to April 15, 2019 in the same event space. We hope to you see you there!
CAME Wooster Family Grant in Medical Education
Opportunities for peer-reviewed grant support in medical education are limited. Emerging educators and those with new unfunded projects are particularly challenged in attracting support at these critical times. This award is meant to support new and innovative projects in medical education that are not part of a larger, formalized and funded education research program.
Board of Directors
Chair of the Board
Dr. Ming-Ka Chan
Vice Chair of the Board
Dr. Wade Watson
Dr. Mylene Dandavino
Dr. Sohaib Al-Asaaed
Dr. Alan Neville
Dr. Vernon Curran
Dr. Glen Bandiera
Dr. Irene Ma
Dr. Aliya Kassam