Outstanding contribution to faculty development in Canada
Any AFMC rep, through Dean's office, or CAME member may submit nomination. Nomination must be co-sponsored by 3 members from either association. Include CV and clear statement of nominee's achievements in faculty development.
Individual/group who has developed innovative print materials, electronic learning aids or other teaching aids
Any AFMC rep, through Dean's office, or CAME member may submit nomination. At least two nominators and Dean needed. 1 copy of: joint letter of recommendation signed by co-nominators or separate letters that include clear statement of nominee's achievements; supporting letter from dean; full CV.
Outstanding effort or achievement of individual(s), program(s), department(s) or faculty in improving gender equity environment in academic medicine in Canada
Dean of each Canadian faculty of medicine may submit up to two nominations. Maximum 1000 word overview of activity and outcomes, and demonstrate how the effort improved gender equity environment; if necessary, up to 3 supporting documents may be included
Submitted by Alliance member. At least one primary individual involved in developing activity must be Alliance member and listed as nominee. Activity must have been completed between January 1, 2010 and July 1, 2011.
Identification of related ACCME Criteria and Alliance Competencies, verification that nominees represent organizations referenced. Completed nomination application.
ASE Member; Teacher/Educator of med students, residents or faculty; Winner of Outstanding Teacher Award ineligible for 3 years after winning
Solicited by ASE President annually; nominations made by department chair; candidates nominated for either outstanding teacher or distinguished educator (not both); Teaching Portfolio is same for both awards
ASE Member; Teacher/Educator of med students, residents or faculty; Winners of Distinguished Educator Award may win only once
Solicited by ASE President annually; nominations made by department chair; candidates nominated for either outstanding teacher or distinguished educator (not both); Teaching Portfolio is same for both awards, however, nominees for distinguished educator should have considerably more national prominence as an educator, including publications
Residents in Canadian programs; Other physicians, including program directors and educators; Any other individual(s), programs or organizations associated with medical education in Canada
Nomination may be submitted by any CAIR member, provincial house staff organizations, or organizations associated with CAIR; include description of nominee (2-page max); letter(s) of support from individuals/organizations familiar with nominee’s activities; CV
All contributors to medical education in each school are eligible (undergraduate, postgraduate, CME). Recipients need not be members of CAME.
Local CAME representative sets up committee and mechanism for identification and selection of candidates from their institution; local CAME representative submits short description of selection mechanism and submits name(s) of award winners together with short summary (less than one page) of educational activities supporting nomination.
Groups of two or more individuals, at least one must be teaching at a Canadian university
Applications, in French or English, should include the following five (5) sections:
1) Names, affiliations, and academic status of all team members, full contact details for one team member and high resolution (minimum 300 dpi) colour picture of team, with names.
2) 300 word max. statement of precise nature and features of collaboration among team members
3) 500 word max. abstract of project for publicity
4) 5,000 word max. project description paper (incl. bibliography), for distribution, describing the project organized as follows: Institutional Context, Goals of the Project,Project Description, Impact on Student Learning, Future Developments, Bibliography.
5) 10 page max. supporting documentation in PDF.