Chair: Walter Tavares
Vice Chair: TBA
Committee Members: Ruth Adewuya, Miya Bernson-Leung, Letti Bresnahan, Craig Campbell, Nels Carlson, Ronald Cervero, Helena Filipe, Christine Flores, Joyce Fried, Ginny Jacobs, Gabrielle Kane, Mila Kostic, Gyusung Lee, Asha Maharaj, Helen Mawdsley, Paul Mazmanian, Don Moore, Morag Paton, Carol Pizzuti, David Price, Suzan Schneeweiss, Janine Shapiro, Sanjeev Sockalingam, Sophie Soklaridis, Martin Tremblay, Mary Turco, David Wiljer, Betsy Williams, Christopher Wittich, and Bita Zakeri
Meeting Attendance: Open
Background: The Scholarship Committee is open to all SACME members who are interested in CME research. The goal of the committee is to foster CME research through education, mentoring and support of both novice and experienced researchers.
Research and Development Resource Base
Housed at the University of Toronto, this bibliographic database of over 18,000 references collected in one place many of the references to the literature of continuing health professional education. A librarian offers a low cost literature search service to physicians, educators, administrators and other health professionals. SACME assists in funding the RDRB.
AAMC/SACME Harrison Survey
SACME conducts a survey of its members every year (formerly every 2 years) and shares findings with the membership.
Virtual Journal Club
SACME's Virtual Journal Club provides a discussion forum for SACME research-minded colleagues, as well as those of us who read literature to inform our practice in CPD design, assessment or evaluation of outcomes, faculty development, or any other of the many domains relevant to our field. As we considered the diversity of academic experience and interest of our members, we decided to focus our approach less on the critique of the journal article(s) and more on the creation of a series of transformational discussions around the value of available evidence to our practice.
Community of Practice
SACME Community of Practice for using social learning principles in CME/CPD. Come engage with colleagues and share your perceptions of how physicians learn in practice!