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Abstract Volunteers

September/October 2018 – Become an External Abstract Reviewer!

If you would like to contribute to the success of the CCME 2019, consider becoming an external abstract reviewer. All partners involved in the CCME would value your contribution!


Abstract reviews are due on October 15, 2018. We are happy with any number of reviews that you are able to complete!


To volunteer for this process please contact Mary Cunningham: mcunnigham@afmc.ca;


You will be contacted by CAME Association Manager, Mary Cunningham in September with your participation link and further instructions about this process.

Volunteer to be a Moderator, Facilitator or CAME Research Award Assessor at CCME 2019 in Niagara Falls!

We are recruiting individuals for the upcoming CCME conference in April 2019 to undertake some important tasks related to oral presentations and poster sessions.


Specifically, we are looking for:



  • Moderators for oral presentations ( 1 for each)

  • Facilitators for poster sessions; (1 for each) and

  • Peer assessors for the CAME Research Awards 


In recognition of your assistance with this process, you will receive a letter of acknowledgement to document this involvement on your CV/Teaching Dossier.


To volunteer for this process please contact Mary Cunningham: mcunnigham@afmc.ca;


You will be contacted by CAME Association Manager, Mary Cunningham in March 2019 with your participation link and further instructions about this process.

Get involved with our Learner Faculty Poster Co-Evaluation Opportunity at CCME 2019 in Niagara Falls!

Are you a student or resident interested in learning how to evaluate posters? If so, CAME has an upcoming opportunity for you at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education in Niagara Falls, April 13-16, 2019. Our CAME faculty members have volunteered their time to teach students and residents about how to evaluate academic posters. This initative started at CCME 2017 in Winnipeg and was very well received!


When you co-evaluate, you have an opportunity to see a peer and/or faculty in action. We will be using a standard tool and this year’s exciting poster session at CCME will be a great opportunity to develop these skills!

Thank you in advance for helping with these important activities that support and recognize the scholarly work of our medical education community! If you have any questions concerning this request, please do not hesitate to contact Mary Cunningham: mcunningham@afmc.ca; 613-730-0687, ext 238.

Did you know?

As one of the founding partners of CCME, CAME is expected to contribute to the operation of the meeting. Rather than contributing funds, CAME’s role is to oversee the abstract selection process for the pre-conference workshops, conference workshops, orals, posters, and the educational research symposium. In addition, CAME oversees the recruitment of moderators and raters for the oral abstract and poster sessions. As such, the contribution of the CAME membership to the operations of CCME are crucial.