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  • 31 Jul 2018 3:35 PM | Anonymous

    Save the Date! 2019 SACME Annual Meeting 

    February 26 – March 1, 2019
    Francis Marion Hotel, Charleston, SC

    Deadline Extended: Tuesday, September 4, 2018

    Learn more and Submit your Abstract

  • 30 Jul 2018 4:52 PM | Anonymous

    This grant is made in the name of Phil R. Manning, MD, Paul Ingalls Hoagland Hastings Professor of Continuing Medical Education and Professor of Medicine Emeritus at the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California. Dr. Manning is founding president of the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education, formerly the Society of Medical College Directors of Continuing Medical Education. He has been a governor, regent, and vice president of the American College of Physicians and serves on several educational committees of the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Manning is co-editor of Medicine: Preserving the Passion in the 21st Century and author of many peer-reviewed publications.

    Phil R. Manning Research Award: The Research Committee of the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) requests Letters of Intent (LOI) for original, scientific research related to physician and/or health professionals lifelong learning.  Opportunities for research funding are one of the benefits of SACME membership. 

    Proposals will not be restricted to a particular methodological approach or topic area within CME/CPD/IPE. However, the project must be theory based and methodologically sound. The finished work must be appropriate for publication in a health professions education journal (e.g. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, Academic Medicine) or equivalent peer reviewed journal, as well as for presentation at a future SACME Annual Meeting (Phil R. Manning Research Award Plenary) or CPD World Congress.

    Funding: A grant will be awarded up to a total amount of $50,000 over two years. The next grant award decision will be made by the end of January 2019. The protocol for disbursement of funds is provided in a separate document. 

    Deadline: Letters of Intent must be received no later than Tuesday, September 4, 2018

    Award process: Interested individuals are invited to submit an LOI by September 4. The LOI’s will be reviewed by members of the Research Committee and peers. The Research Committee chair will notify selected individuals by October 15, 2018 and invite the selected candidates to submit a full-proposals (due December 15, 2018). The Research Committee Chair will notify the award recipient of her/his selection during the last week of January 2019. The Chair will also notify individuals whose submissions were unsuccessful and provide feedback from reviewers. The Chair will announce the award decision publicly at the SACME Annual Meeting in February 2019.

    Eligibility: Awards may be made to researchers interested in advancing CME/CPD/IPE research. Pilot and more comprehensive projects are both eligible for consideration as are collaborative investigations within or among institutions.

    Review criteria: Presence of theoretical foundation, clarity of research question, soundness of methodological design, fit of research design and methods to the research question, and potential of the project to contribute further to the field will all be important determinants of the merits of the project.

    Format of the Letter of Intent: The Letter of Intent must be no longer than two pages, single spaced, 12 pt font. It should include a concise review of the literature, a clear statement of the research question, methodology, anticipated methods of analysis, proposed timeline and potential impact of the work on the field. A brief indication of the qualifications and role of (each) investigator(s) and short bio-sketch are required as part of the LOI. Bio-sketches are not included as part of the two-page LOI page count. Budgets and curriculum vitae are not required for LOI submission.

    Submission: Letters of Intent should be submitted via our online portal. This is the same website used to process 2019 abstract proposals. 

    1. Click here to be redirected to the online portal

    2. Scroll to the bottom of the page

    3. New users: create your login
      Returning users: sign in using your exiting credentials

    4. Agree to privacy notice if applicable

    5. Click the link to Begin a New Abstract

    6. Enter the name of the grant seeker in the Proposal Title field

    7. Select Phil R. Manning Research Award in Continuing Medical Education as the proposal category

    8. Follow the prompt to add contributing authors to your submission and complete your LOI

    Questions: Questions regarding Letter of Intent should be directed to:

    David Wiljer

    Chair, SACME Research Committee


  • 30 May 2017 10:35 AM | SACME (Administrator)

    SACME is pleased to announce the publication of the book Continuing Professional Development in Medicine and Health Care: Better Education, Better Patient Outcomes, through the outstanding efforts of Drs. William Rayburn, Dave Davis, and Mary Turco, along with countless other SACME members.  The book is currently available on Amazon:


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