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Colorado Alliance for Continuing Medical Education (CACME) Activity/Project Award Nomination Form

Nominations Due July 12, 2019

Award Categories:

Outstanding CME Activity: The design should address identified practice gaps and learning needs of the target audience, be interactive, apply adult learning principles, and facilitate assessment of Level 3 or higher outcomes in terms of competence, performance or patient outcomes.

Best Practice in Collaboration: Activities could include policies or procedures to facilitate collaboration or a unique way to collaborate, or illustrate partnership with a nontraditional stakeholder for continuing medical education purposes. Please Note: A jointly provided activity relationship in and of itself does not demonstrate collaboration; active engagement in collaborative and cooperative projects is expected.

Best Practice in Research: Activities could include staff development activities or personal professional development plans; they could also include training for commercial supporters or other stakeholders. Activities should be interactive and based on adult learning principles.

Ted Lewis Lifetime Achievement Award: This award will recognize an individual who has strong ties to CACME and is either a current or past CACME member, or someone who is/was supportive of CME. It is anticipated that someone other than the nominee will nominate him or her.
NOTE: To nominate someone for this award, please click here as this form is specifically for activities or projects. 

Requirements/Notes for Submitter: 

  • Submitter must be a CACME member.
  • There are no restrictions on the number of nominations that may be submitted by any individual.
  • There are no restrictions on the number of nominators that may write nomination letters or that may sign a single nomination letter on behalf of a candidate.

Requirements for Nominees and Project (other than the Ted Lewis Award): 

  • Activity/project must be
    • Innovative and creative,
    • Based on evidence of adult learning,
    • In compliance with all relevant regulations/guidelines, 
    • Broadly applicable to other CACME members (as well as the CME community at large).
  • One or more CACME-member(s) must be involved in the planning and execution of the project to be considered.
  • Nominees agree that their winning ideas may be shared with CACME members and such ideas may be posted on the CACME website, in CACME publications, or presented to CACME members.
  • Ongoing activities are eligible for submission.