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SACME Resources for COVID-19


Assessing Meaningful Outcomes in Program Evaluation of Online Learning
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Reimagining Medical Meetings after the COVID-19 Pandemic
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CPD Community Response to a Global Pandemic
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University of Toronto: CPD is partnering with departments to develop a series of webinars to address issues around COVID. These webinars will target generalist and specialist health care professionals. Learn more >

The Alliance 2020 Educational Webinar Series
Pivoting Pitfalls: How to Continue Engaging your Supporters - July 21, 2-3 pm ET
Budgeting in Uncertain Times - July 29, 1-2 pm ET 


Thursday, July 30, CFAS will hold a Tweet Chat on well-being in academic medicine from 7-8pm ET. The chat will be led by CFAS Faculty Resilience Committee Chair Mona Abaza, MD, and Stuart Slavin, MD, MEd, Senior Scholar for Well-Being at the ACGME. Use “#CFASChat” in your tweets.


SACME members can utilize this channel for a continued dialogue with your CME colleagues across the nation. Share the latest resources, post questions, offer your insights to others. The SACME Listserv is generously hosted by Wayne State University.
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Connect with your peers in the region. We're stronger together.
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Mental Wellness Resources

Additional resources for healthcare workers on the frontline of the pandemic:
  • 10 Percent Happier Subscription - Healthcare workers can get free access to the meditation app 10 Percent Happier

  • Headspace Subscription - The meditation app Headspace is offering free access to Headspace Plus for healthcare professionals in the U.S. through the end of 2020.
  • American Medical Association - The American Medical Association compiled tips and strategies to help healthcare providers address their own mental health needs during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • CovidMentalHealthSupport.org - Database of free crisis services searchable by state, county, contact method, support type, topics, and categories.
  • For the Frontlines - This 24/7 help line provides free crisis counseling for frontline workers. They can text FRONTLINE to 741741 in the U.S. (Support is also available for residents of Canada, Ireland, and the U.K.).

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