To serve as the international organization of leaders advancing innovation and collaboration in CME/CPD worldwide, with the goal of improving patient care.
Maureen Doyle-Scharff, PhD (ABD), MBA, FACEHP, CCMEP
I hope everyone is enjoying spring wherever you call home!
So many exciting things are happening with GAME I’m not sure where to start. In our ongoing efforts to continue implementation of our long-term strategic plan, we continue to forge strategic relationships and partnerships with different organizations. Working closely with the leadership of AMEE, planning for the GAME Annual Conference and a variety of Pre-Conference Workshops (PCWs) and plenary sessions is well underway. Additionally, earlier this year we announced a partnership with the Society for Worldwide Medial Exchange to offer GAME members a steep discount on the ‘Red Book’ – A global guide for medical meetings.
Other big news is the 1st Annual Canada Regional Conference hosted by GAME on May 22, 2015 in Montreal. This one-day event promises to offer an impressive line-up of faculty and topics for our friends and colleagues in Canada. To register click the link to the right.
Finally, it is time to say farewell, at least as the president of GAME. I am stepping down two months early to focus on finishing my PhD in Higher Education. Lisa Sullivan, our new president, was gracious enough to agree to this change effective April 1, and I will be forever grateful for her willingness to support me in this effort.
It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as the leader if this great organization. I have been incredibly blessed to work with so many talented, committed people. We have come a long way over the years and I am proud of the work that we’ve done to bring GAME to medical education professionals around the world.
Maureen Doyle-Scharff, PhD (ABD), MBA, FACEhp, CCMEP
GAME President Maureen Doyle-Scharff is Senior Director, Medical Education Group at Pfizer Inc. She has worked in the field of medical education for nearly 20 years.