CLIME 2.0

CAME's Canadian Leadership Institute for Medical Education (CLIME) 2.0! Registration is open!

Early bird registration deadline is September 12, 2024! This course will be delivered in English

This delivery will be held in person in Toronto, Ontario

CAME Member Registration for the delivery taking place in Toronto,Ontario from November 18-20, 2024

If you are a member of CAME, you can register for this delivery via our new membership portal :

Non-Member Registration for the delivery taking place in Toronto Ontario from November 18-20, 2024

If you are not a member of CAME, you can register for this delivery using the following link :

We are pleased to inform you that CAME will be delivering the 2024 edition of the Canadian Leadership Institute for Medical Education (CLIME) 2.0. This course will be offered in English; space is limited to a maximum of 40 participants. Please note: CLIME 1.0 is not a prerequisite to attend CLIME 2.0.

Delivery at a Glance
(subject to change)

Day 1: Monday, November 18, 2024

Presenters

Walking the Walk: Equity and Antiracism for Leaders in Health Professions Education

Objectives:

Explore concepts within equity, diversity and inclusivity (in the context of health professions education) including

·         bias –  implicit, explicit, and structural

·         antiracism

Use a narrative medicine framework to reflect on our own biases, power and privilege as they pertain to personal and systems transformation

Dr. Saroo Sharda

Dr. Michael Dumont

Dr. Natasha Johnson

Dr. Ming-Ka Chan

 

Day 2: Tuesday, November 19, 2024

Presenters

‘Clean Power’ for Leadership

Objectives: 

By the end of the session, participants will be able to:

·         Select sources of power as leadership tools appropriate for situations

and contexts (i.e. how the job of “getting there” might require different

tools than “being there”)

·         Engage your leadership power to create relationships-centred inclusive

communities &  culture

·         Utilize communication tools so listeners hear, follow, create & lead

Dr. Diane de Camps Meschino

Dr. José François

Coaching in medical education leadership

Objectives:

At the end of this session, the participant will be able to:

·         Define professional coaching and identify the coaching competencies

·         Compare and contrast coaching with other professional roles

·         Practice 3 key coaching skills that will be useful for a leader in medical

education

·         Identify situations where coaching can be helpful

Dr. Julie Desmeules

Dr. James Goertzen

Managing Disruptive Behavior

Objectives: 

At the end of this session, the participant will be able to:

·         Create an environment that promotes positive professional behavior

·         Identify potential reasons behind disruptive behavior in the workplace

·         Implement effective strategies to support and manage colleagues

manifesting disruptive behavior

Dr. Julie Desmeules

Dr. Ming-Ka Chan

Dinner and Social Event 6:00pm-8:00pm Eastern

Day 3: Wednesday, November 20, 2024

Presenters

Decision Making

Objectives:

At the end of this session, the participant will be able to:

·         Describe elements of decision making that are relevant to their everyday

leadership

·         Become aware of and list some tensions that affect their own decisions

·         Practice sharing leadership decisions with others

·         Share decision making strategies with peers

Dr. Deepak Dath

Dr. Diane de Camps Meschino

Developing Coalitions

Objectives:

At the completion of this session the learner will be able to;

·         Explain the importance of trust in developing coalitions

·         List the four LEADS in a Caring Environment Develop Coalitions capabilities

·         Illustrate how the four capabilities assist in developing team relationships to

build coalitions in a complex health system

·         Apply the four capabilities to facilitate the incorporation of Equity, Diversity,

and Inclusion (EDI) in a complex health system

Dr. Deepak Dath

Dr. Jose Francois

Embedding Joy in Leadership

Objectives

·         Identify strategies to support leader and team resilience

·         Describe approaches to develop a team culture of psychological safety,

compassion resilience, and joy

·         Define leader burnout

·         Recognize early signs of burnout in self and colleagues

Dr. James Goertzen

2024 Planning Committee

Dr. Deepak Dath, McMaster University
Dr. Ming-Ka Chan, University of Manitoba
Mrs. Mary Cunningham, Canadian Association for Medical Education

CAME Members – Early Bird  (Prior to September 12, 2024) $2850.00 + HST = $3220.50
CAME Members (After September 12, 2024) $3050.00 + HST = $3446.50
Non-Members – Early Bird (Prior to September 12, 2024) $3250.00 + HST = $3672.50
Non – Members (After September 12, 2024)  $3450.00 + HST = $3898.50

Additional Savings: Become a CAME member and save on your CLIME registration fees and enjoy the benefits of CAME membership!

For information about becoming a CAME member, please visit our website at: https://www.came-acem.ca/membership-information/

Deadline for registration is October 1, 2024. Cancellation in writing before October 1, 2024 will result in an administration fee of $500. Requests for refunds received after October 1, 2024 will not be possible.

Contact

Mary Cunningham, Association Manager
Canadian Association for Medical Education (CAME)
2733 Lancaster Road, Suite 100
Ottawa, Ontario K1B 0A9
Tel: 613 730-0687 ext 238
Fax: 613-730-1196
Email: mcunningham@afmc.ca