Aligned with the new vision and mission of GAME, the purpose of the 1st GAME Futurist Forum, is to bring together, leaders, influencers and visionary stakeholders, from the fields of learning sciences, medical and health education, continuing professional development, performance improvement, patient safety and population health to engage in an exchange, dialogue and exploration process, that could bring forward lifelong learning translation in healthcare.
This may include new technologies (i.e. augmented intelligence), models of collaboration, future healthcare modelling (ie. P6, value-based care), behavioral and neuro-sciences in the field of improving and impacting the learning experience of health care professionals, interdisciplinary teams, patients, caregivers and health systems around the world.
GAME 2018 Conference Recap
The 2018 GAME Annual Conference was held May 18-19, 2018, in Jersey City, New Jersey
Over 100 people attended the conference, including medical eduction providers, CME, CE, and CPD professionals, health care providers, and pharmaceutical representatives. The meeting was facilitated collaboratively, and included simulations, workshops, virtual presentations, poster presentations, and panel discussions. Slides from the annual conference will be live soon.
At the conference, the 2018 CME Impact Awards were jointly presented by GAME and the Global Education Group. The winning submission, "The CARES Initiative: New Therapeutic Options and Expert Guidance for the Comprehensive, Patient-Centered Management of T2DM" was presented by Matt Frese (featured to the left with GAME President Dale Kummerle) and Christine Gallo from Med Learning Group. More information on each of the awardees will be available soon.
GAME hosts a series of webinars for members. Five to six more webinars are being planned for the rest of the year, so come back to this page occasionally to check for updates.
All GAME Webinars are FREE to GAME members. Current webinars are in collaboration with The Association of Medical Education of Europe (AMEE) and MedEdWorld.