2000 GAME Meeting

One or a kind international forum on global trends. The fifth annual GAME conference (to be held in New York City on June 25- 27, 2000) will explore "Changes in CME Around the World." The two-day meet-ing will provide in-depth discussions and presentations on how organizations can benefit from learning more about world-wide trends in continuing medical education (CME). "Formal structures for accrediting CME are expanding rapidly in Europe and Latin America," says GAME president Lewis A. Miller. "This will have a dra-matic impact on medical schools, medical societies, communication companies, and representatives of the pharmaceutical industry. Our upcoming conference is one way to keep up and make contacts with key people internationally." The meeting's keynote address, "Where in the World is CME: Funding, Technol-ogy and Trends", will be given by Richard K. Goodstein, MD, vice-president of Scientific Relations, Bayer Corporation.continue on page 4

Foundation father Receives ACME Award.

Lewis A. Miller, chairman of Intermedica, Inc. and GAME president, received the Distinguished Service Award from the Alliance for Continuing Medical Education (ACME) at its recent 25 th Anniversary Conference in New Orleans. Melvin Freeman MD, ACME president, presented the award "in recognition and appreciation of Lew Miller as a founding father and lifelong member of the Alliance, and for his passion for and motivation to transcend the continental boundaries of North America to foster the internationalization of CME."

Melvin Freeman, ACME
left, and Lewis A.
Miller, GAME president

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