If you're looking for opportunities to take your CME programs abroad, or are interested in partnering with overseas colleagues, consider attending the Sixth Annual Global Alliance for Medical Education Conference, scheduled for June 24 to 26 at The Princeton Club in New York.
This year's conference will feature:
Case studies on international CME collaborations,
An update on the American Medical Association/European Accreditation Council for CME credit reciprocity agreement,
Developing a lingua franca for measuring CME's, and
Technology's role inCME.
Theroster is truly international, including CME experts from Australia, Japan, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, Belgium, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
For coverage of last year's conference, see “Europe and U.S Announce CME Credit Exchange,” MM July/August 2000, page 10.
For more information on the upcoming conference, visit www.GAME-CME.org.