ACCME 2020 Meeting

Date

May 6-8, 2020
Pre-conference sessions on May 5

Location

Hilton Chicago
720 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605

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Agenda

We’re excited to announce the theme for the ACCME 2020 Meeting will be Driving Change: Map Your Route to Educational Leadership. Here is a preview of the meeting agenda:

May 5 – Pre-conference: Starting Point
New to accredited CME? Join us for a half-day training workshop that will put you on course to use ACCME accreditation requirements as a supportive framework for planning effective continuing medical education (CME).

May 6 – Day 1: Setting Your Course
Develop leadership strategies for creating an educational plan that supports your organization’s mission.

May 7 – Day 2: Navigating Improvement
Tune up your skills for fostering a collaborative working environment that nurtures teams and maximizes continuous improvement.

May 8 – Day 3: Arriving Together
Leverage the power of education to advance health equity in your organization and in our shared community.

Call for Proposals

The ACCME 2020 Meeting Call for Proposals has closed and we are currently reviewing all of the excellent submissions!

We are excited to offer a platform at the ACCME 2020 Meeting for the CME community to share how CME is transforming care. You can look forward to the following types of engagement from your colleagues at the meeting next May:

  1. Share Your CME Story – You have a CME story to share! How are you changing practice and healthcare through accredited CME? What challenges have you overcome? What have you learned? What inspires you and brings meaning to your work as an educator? Selected CME Stories will be shared in the meeting app for review and engagement by other ACCME 2020 participants. 
  2. Inspire & Teach: Propose a Session – Share your expertise and experience as an educational leader by planning an educational session that will help improve the skills and performance of your colleagues. Selected proposals will be featured as breakout sessions at the ACCME 2020 Meeting.  
  3. CME Effectiveness & Best Practices: Engaging in CME Research – Share your scholarship! What makes CME effective or ineffective in catalyzing learner change and healthcare improvement? Help mentor your colleagues as we pursue together critical questions about improving CME. Selected research project submissions will display a poster of their work throughout the ACCME 2020 Meeting and will present a short oral summary of their project during a Research Exchange session. 

Registration for the ACCME 2020 Meeting will open at www.accmemeeting.org in November 2019.

 


 

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