Thank you for attending the SACME 2023 Multichannel Annual Meeting: Inspiring and Igniting the CPD Imagination
"This was my first SACME meeting and I will return! I was given a great overview of the breadth of activity in CPD space and new directions that are being explored. Dr. Price's keynote was a gem for how to integrate myself and new role into my enterprise.
I learned new innovative strategies for interprofessional and team-based education. Unique concepts of inclusiveness, diversity, equity & inclusion. Also important ways to utilize technology to enhance learning and teaching more effectively.
I appreciated the opportunity to have social interaction and learn in person from colleagues. In addition, I learned about multichannel delivery- liked the focus on system.
I learned potential teaching and learning techniques that can be applied to other health profession disciplines.
I was challenged to think about ways to “market” the efficacy and value of our CPD office in the large healthcare system that our medical school is affiliated with.
I heard about new and innovative ways to incorporate the patient perspective in education; repetition is key; new ways to conduct evaluations; repetition is key!
I especially valued the final plenary on Structuring Partnerships with Patients in CPD. What a powerful, meaningful way to close out the meeting!
QI/CPD alignment efforts were very interesting and provided a lot of food for thought; I'm interested in the idea of applying value chain analysis to align CME with institutional strategies.
Improved my ability to incorporate the CE Toolkit into planning meetings.
Learned new methods to approach evaluation and assessment opportunities.
The Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME) hosted our 2023 Multichannel Annual Meeting, March 15th through the 17th in Nashville, Tennessee, and virtually online.
The theme for this year’s conference is “Inspiring and Igniting the CPD Imagination."
Inspiring and igniting the CPD imagination is about new collaborations that enhance the value of CME/CPD for our organizations and our learners to improve patient care. Learn from colleagues who’ve unlocked the CPD imagination with innovative strategies in interprofessional and team-based education, promoting well-being in our personal and professional lives, and enhancing equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in programming. Ignite your own imagination with examples of working in the evolving CPD teaching and learning environment, the use of technology to enhance learning and teaching, using data-driven CPD, and incorporating quality improvement and patient safety in our work.
The Annual Meeting features:
Longitudinal programming will occur in the weeks leading up to the three days of concentrated events in March and in the months following the Annual Meeting. Schedule of events subject to change.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE: No switches between in-person to virtual offered after March 6. You must be logged in to your SACME account in order to receive member pricing. Online registration will close on THURSDAY MARCH 9 at 5:00 pm CT. Registration after March 9 will need to be conducted "on-site" in Nashville.
If You Do What You've
Always Done, You'll Always Get What You've Always Got: Toward More Purposeful,
Intentional and Collaborative Alignment of CPD in Health Care Enterprises.
David W. Price, MD, FAAFP, FACEHP, FSACME is a professor of family medicine at the University of Colorado Anschutz School of Medicine and Chief Learning Officer/Senior Advisor to the President and CEO of the American Board of Family Medicine. He also is a Medical Education and Quality Improvement consultant and coach and an associate of Wentz/Miller Global Services. He has held leadership roles in health professions education, quality improvement, clinical guideline development, health services research, board certification, and organized medicine; has over 100 peer-reviewed publications, and has made over 200 presentations to statewide, national, and international audiences.
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Please note, the schedule is not final and subject to change.
This year's sessions and programming will take place beginning March 15 at the Vanderbilt University Student Life Center, featuring over 18,000 square feet of event space. The Center is located near 25th Avenue South and Vanderbilt Place, behind the Schulman Center and to the west of Branscomb Quadrangle. Located in the middle of Vanderbilt's campus, The Center is a short 10-minute trip to Nashville's bustling Broadway Street where you can enjoy some of the city's culture, food, and music.
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Vanderbilt University Student Life Center
310 25th Ave. S, Nashville, TN 37240
Programming will take place beginning March 15 at the Vanderbilt University Student Center, however we have secured a block of rooms at the nearby Marriott Nashville Vanderbilt University (short 5 minute walk). The SACME room block offers discounted guest rooms at $249/night plus taxes until February 23 or until the room block is full, which ever comes first.
Book your stay here: https://book.passkey.com/go/SocietyforAcademicMeeting
Marriott Nashville Vanderbilt University
2555 West End Avenue, Nashville, TN, 37203, (615) 321-130
Room rate $249.00 a night + $15.25% state and local taxes
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Statement Regarding the 2023 Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee
The Society for Academic CME (SACME) 2023 annual meeting will be our first live, in-person meeting in nearly three years. Our annual meeting has offered participants the opportunity to interact and learn with colleagues and experts in CME/CPD. It provides for networking and social engagement, all in aid of sharing the breadth of member and faculty knowledge and experience in the field of continuing professional development. The SACME leadership team is focused on ensuring this meeting encapsulates the warmth, accessibility, and educational excellence of our past meetings.
Because of its central location, SACME leadership made the decision early in 2022 to host the meeting with the help of our colleagues at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee. Many socio-political events have occurred since that time, including the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs vs. Jackson’s Women’s Health. These events have contributed to some either questioning whether they feel comfortable attending and/or wondering whether their academic institution will allow them to visit states where laws restricting access to health care are in effect.
The City of Nashville has found itself in the center of a state issue that their leadership and elected officials do not support. The city council passed a bill restricting the use of city funds to investigate cases and will develop rules to prohibit housing discrimination based on reproductive health decisions. Mayor John Cooper announced an initiative to extend health coverage for Nashville’s more than 15,000 city employees to include reimbursement for obtaining medical procedures unavailable in Tennessee. In addition, a handful of resolutions were passed in the last year recognizing Black Maternal Health Week, National Transgender Day of Remembrance, opposing the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision, and appropriating funds for grants to Planned Parenthood of Tennessee and North Mississippi. The city is fighting for health equity for all its residents.
Whether to attend a conference in a state where reproductive rights, or rights to any health care for specific groups, are not protected is a personal choice. Boycotting of a location or region rarely results in an outcome that changes laws or amplifies the voice of opposition. Such actions may cause inadvertent harm or unintended consequences, such as loss of income and jobs. Often, the individuals impacted are part of the vulnerable communities who will already be disproportionately affected by the lack of access to health care.
SACME encourages its members and other colleagues to add their voice to support Nashville’s fight for health equity and hopes that individuals are willing and able to attend our premier educational event in 2023.
In support of improving patient care, this activity has been planned and implemented by Thomas Jefferson University and Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education (SACME). Thomas Jefferson University is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
Physicians: This educational activity is designated for a maximum of 18.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Other Healthcare Professionals: This educational activity is designated for 18.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM. Participants should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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