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President's Column


Lisa Sullivan BBus- Marketing

President GAME




Hello All,



For those of you who recently attended our GAME annual conference in Glasgow, aligned with AMEE, I think you will agree this was a very successful program with lots of interactive sessions and opportunities to learn. Hopefully all of you who did attend will complete the evaluation which was sent last week as this is critical for our planning moving forward. 



I am also pleased to say that my first round of President Dialogues have been well received by those who participated and as such I can confirm I will be hosting these Dialogues every few months in the hope that more GAME members will take the time to speak with me about their needs and expectations for GAME and our engagement strategies in 2016 and beyond.



We are fast approaching the 8#European CME Forum, organised by Eugene Pozniak which will this year be held in Manchester, UK from November 11-13. GAME will be involved in organising and running two workshop sessions during this forum with one focusing on patient engagement which has been driven by Laura Muttini, while the other brings gaming back to test our global CME knowledge and experience. Having looked closely at the program format which Eugene and his team have created, I feel confident we will all learn a lot about where Europe is at with CME accreditation and process.



2016 is already starting to look like a conference packed year for GAME.



We start with the 2nd GAME India Regional Conference being held in Mumbai on Saturday 13th February, and this will be closely followed by our 2nd GAME South American Regional Conference in early March in Uruguay.  Almost immediately post Uruguay, we are hosting a one day North American Regional GAME Conference the day before the World Congress of CME, on Wednesday, March 16th in San Diego.



Our annual conference will once again be aligned to AMEE so this will be held on Sunday 28 August 2016 in Barcelona, Spain. Our relationship with AMEE continues to develop and we hope that as more GAME members recognise the value of this close relationship, our registration numbers will grow.



I can also confirm that we will be asking for your input as we start planning the content of our 2016 conferences so expect to see some conference needs assessment surveys coming your way soon.



Finally, and most importantly, we need your help in crafting the agenda’s and content for some of our conferences in 2016 so we are asking for volunteers to join the Program Committee to ensure we are covering the topics and providing the speakers you want. If you have an interest in joining a GAME working committee don’t hesitate to contact me at president@game-cme.org  so we can connect you to the others within the various working groups?



I look forward to meeting many of you at our various conferences over the coming months and hopefully to speak with some of you at least during the forthcoming President Dialogues which will be held again in November this year.


Lisa Sullivan BBus- Marketing

President GAME



Lisa Sullivan is the founder and group managing director of In Vivo Communications where she covers Australia and Asia in both accredited and non accredited education. Lisa has been working in the CPD space for over 25 years.

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Executive Director, GAME
The Global Alliance for Medical Education is a 501c organization that is devoted to the advancement of Healthcare CPD globally.  GAME seeks a highly motivated individual for the position of Executive Director. The Executive Director  is accountable for the day-to-day administration of GAME, reports to the President and is accountable to the Executive Committee.  Contract will be for services rendered and not as an employment contract. Estimated time commitment is 10-15 hours per week, exclusive of travel requirements to support events and activities.

The Executive Director will work with a high-impact team to support members, volunteer leaders and management to implement various workflows.  Ideal candidates will have experience working with Healthcare CPD programs in a health related field and a strong comprehensive understanding of global Healthcare CPD issues.  Position will be based in the US.  Ideal candidates will work with the President and the Executive to develop a vision for the future of GAME’s growth and development with a focus on membership expansion and management.  The following qualities are preferred: eager to learn, detail-oriented, original thinker, and able to provide leadership, direction, and creative ideas for both existing and new initiatives.


- See job description for specific duties and responsibilities

          Position Description  


Desired skills / experience:

- Strong experience in the Healthcare CPD field
- Superb written and oral communication skills
- Creative, strategic thinker with ability to direct the future of GAME
- Strong project management skills; detail-oriented


Candidates are to email resume and cover letter with subject line “GAME Executive Director Search” to president@game-cme.org


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