CAME Meetings and Activities at CCME 2020 That You Don’t Want to Miss!
CANADIAN CONFERENCE ON MEDICAL EDUCATION
Weaving Humanism into the Fabric of Medical Education
April 18-21, 2020 | Vancouver, BC
We hope that we will see many of you at the upcoming Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME 2020) in British Columbia.
Of the many sessions and other activities being held at CCME, please plan to attend the CAME Annual General Meeting which will take place on Saturday, April 18, 2020. During this time, we will provide you with an update of CAME’s current activities, hold our annual elections, and honor the recipients of the CAME Certificate of Merit Award. We hope that you will be able to join us to celebrate educational excellence.
The Annual General Meeting of the CAME Foundation and elections will also be held on Saturday, April 18, 2020 prior to the CAME Annual General Meeting.
Special Interest Group on Indigenous Health Education
We invite you to attend the CAME SIG meeting on Indigenous Health Education during the Canadian Conference on Medical Education
(April 18-21, 2020) in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Date: Saturday, April 18, 2020
Time: 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Location: First Nations Longhouse, 1985 West Mall, Vancouver, BC
The Fraser Parkade is located next door. Rates $4/Hr., Max $10/Day.
University of British Columbia, Point Grey Campus on
The Traditional and Unceded Territory of the Musqueam Nation.
Please RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
CAME Meetings and Activities at CCME 2020!
Get involved with our Learner Faculty Poster and Oral Presentation Co-Evaluation Opportunity at CCME 2020 in Vancouver!
We hope that we will see many of you at the upcoming Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME 2020) in Vancouver! If you are attending CCME 2020 you have the opportunity to get involved in our Learner and Faculty Poster and Oral Presentation Co-Evaluation Program! Are you a student or resident interested in learning how to evaluate posters or oral presentations? Are you a faculty member that is interested in being a mentor to learners? If so, CAME has an upcoming opportunity for you at the Canadian Conference on Medical Education in Vancouver, April 18-21, 2020. This initiative 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 sessions at CCME will be a great opportunity to develop these skills! If you are interested in this opportunity, please click the link below to sign up as a faculty mentor or learner and CAME Association Manager Mary Cunningham will be happy to link you with another volunteer so that you can coordinate your schedules in advance of, or at the conference.
Click here to sign up!
CAME Mentorship Hub at CCME 2020 in Vancouver!
Have a medical education question? Check out our CAME mentorship hub and come talk to a peer or senior colleague at our hub right next to the CAME booth! Mentors will be available during breaks and lunch hour and look forward to chatting with students, residents and other faculty.
Click here to sign up!
CAME Member SLACK Channel at CCME 2020 – Join the Conversation!
Are you a CAME Member attending CCME 2020 in Vancouver? Join our #cameccme2020 SLACK channel and connect with other CAME members in ahead of during the conference! We will be posting information to this SLACK channel about all CAME activities taking place in Vancouver. SLACK is a social media platform that we are hoping to onboard CAME members to for CCME to provide some in real time networking and interaction. You can use this space to make comments, ask questions and connect with other CAME members attending CCME 2020. If you sign up, you will receive an invitation from CAME Manager Mary Cunningham via email. Please accept it and she will add you to the #cameccme2020 channel so that you can join the conversation!
Click here to sign up!
Moderators and Facilitators - CCME 2020 in Vancouver!
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.
On behalf of the CAME Research Awards Committee we would like to offer our sincere appreciation and gratitude to everyone who has taken on the role of Moderator or Facilitator at past conferences and hope that you will consider doing so again in Vancouver!
Assessment – Volunteers Required
This year we are once again using an online review tool! In doing so, everyone in the audience has the ability to be an assessor.
Please consider assessing Oral Presentations, Facilitated Poster Session and Dedicated Posters via the CCME 2020 app! To volunteer to be a Moderator or Facilitator at CCME 2020 in Vancouver click here.
You will receive a letter of thanks for completing assessments for your dossier.
Quick Reference Documents:
Mary (Digout) Cunningham, Association Manager
Canadian Association for Medical Education (CAME)
2733 Lancaster Road, Suite 100
Ottawa, Ontario K1B 0A9
Tel: 613 730-0687 ext 238