GAME Meetings Archive

Ninth Annual GAME Meeting in New York, June 20-22, 2004

On behalf of the Global Alliance for Medical Education (GAME), we invite you to the Ninth Annual GAME meeting, June 20-22, 2004 at the Westin Hotel at Times Square, New York. The GAME annual meeting is open to all education professionals who are interested in international continuing medical education (CME). This unique meeting provides insight for both experts and newcomers in the field of international CME on issues that affect its development and delivery, while offering all attendees multiple opportunities to interact with CME experts from other countries. The take away from a GAME Annual Meeting is a better understanding of how CME is evolving globally, country by country.

The 2004 GAME Annual Meeting brings together an international faculty of experts who will provide you with their insight on CME requirements and accreditation, as well as the expectations of physicians, medical specialty societies, and governments. This year, the theme for our annual meeting is Building a Global CME Community, which recognizes not only the progress that has been made in the international CME enterprise over the past 10 years, but also identifies how much remains to be accomplished. The featured speakers, beginning with the keynote presenter, Yank Coble, Jr., MD, President of the World Medical Association, will share their ideas and experiences on the direction of international CME in the context of addressing significant health threats and in improving the quality of care.

Consider joining your colleagues for a meeting that will expand your professional contacts with others who have similar interests and who can assist you in gaining the broadest perspective on the international opportunities for CME development and commercial support. We are very excited to share this year's faculty, which combines the leadership of the established CME enterprise in North America with leaders from around the globe who are shaping the future of CME in their countries, many from its very beginning.

We look forward to seeing you in New York City!

R. Mark Evans, PhD
President, GAME
Frederic S. Wilson
Chair, GAME Annual Program
Vice President, GAME

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