News from around the GAME World

updated: 29 August 2016
  • 02 Apr 2017 12:16 PM | Dale Kummerle (Administrator)

    GAME is embarking on a series of Webinars.  Details to follow, but wanted you to know so you can hold the date.

    April 12, 2017: Speaker will be Vaibhav Srivastava

    May 12, 2017: Speaker will be Alvaro Margolis

    Also in the Early Fall:  A 5 part Curricular series by Thomas Kellner.

  • 29 Nov 2016 9:47 PM | Dale Kummerle (Administrator)

    With the two recent resignations on the GAME Board of Directors, and the closeness of the recent election, the Executive Board would like the GAME membership to consider appointing Sherlyn Celone as a Board member.  A vote will be going out soon.

  • 29 Aug 2016 9:13 AM | Dale Kummerle (Administrator)

    News from the GAME Board of Directors

    Dale Kummerle was nominated and elected to the position of President-Elect of GAME, effective immediately, and his term as President will start at the August 2017 annual meeting in Helsinki. 

    Changes in the Board of Directors: both Don Moore and Maureen Doyle-Scharf have resigned from the Board of Directors, effective immediately. We are saddened by their departure and appreciate all that they have provided to GAME over the years of their involvement.  We understand the volunteer nature of the board positions and the competition for time from our "real world" jobs.  Hopefully, when time allows, they will be able to once again provide their expertise and guidance to the GAME organization.

  • 29 Aug 2016 8:51 AM | Dale Kummerle (Administrator)

    News from the GAME Annual Meeting--- notes from Frank Skopowski

    While the total attendance of the Annual meeting was 35-40 at most, the meeting agenda was very packed with global topics and the level of interaction was great. Highlights included: 

    1) an overview of CE in India, 

    2) Role of Industry in CE - Debate, 

    3) Nursing education in an EU Context (how systems can be harmonized in the EU), 

    4) Perceived Bias in CME: Debate on the accreditation of CME and Commercial entity involvement, and,

    5) Learning through Quality Improvement—the PSDA model.  

    A detailed report will be posted to the GAME website in the coming weeks.

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