Conferences and Courses
Welcome to ICLEM 2019!
CAME's Canadian Leadership Institute for Medical Education (ICLEM)
February 4 to February 7, 2019 - Toronto ON
Early Bird Registration Deadline: November 1, 2018
CAME created CLIME to develop national leaders in health sciences education and is designed to meet the needs of individuals who are engaged in leading initiatives that will promote excellence, innovation, change, and scholarship in Health Sciences. This Institute is geared towards Health Sciences educators who are in a position to implement new skills in the workplace. Teaching and learning methods will include: interactive lectures, individual assignments, self-reflection, small-group sessions, team work, and opportunities for networking. Moreover, case examples used during the program will be directly applicable to Health Sciences education.
CLIME 2019 will be held at Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute located at 209 Victoria St, Toronto, ON M5B 1T8. This course will be offered in English; space is limited to 45 participants.
For a PDF version of the ICLEM 2019 flyer please click here.
By the end of CLIME, participants will be able to:
- identify their professional goals as leaders in the health professions and discuss ways of achieving these goals;
- analyze their own leadership styles and consider how style influences practice, using different models of leadership and change;
- apply a framework for analyzing change to specific situations in their own professional contexts;
- master different conflict management styles and negotiation strategies;
- describe an approach to establishing and leading effective teams; and
- define "scholarship" with respect to medical education and discuss strategies to foster scholarly work.
CLIME participant feedback:
"Incredibly well organized. Passionate and personal facilitation created an excellent learning/work environment. Thank you." - CLIME participant
"I learned so much that will help me in my career. This was an incredible conference." - 2015 CLIME participant
"Awesome opportunity to meet and interact with a mixed group of colleagues. It energized me. I am leaving with many ideas and motivation." - CLIME participant
"Thanks for CLIME. I've progressed and matured in terms of medical education leadership in a very short time. I surprised myself." - CLIME participant
"Excellent program! As I am starting to enter more significant leadership roles, it is nice to be able to have this information now, instead of most things in my career where I wished I had had this skill/exposure earlier." - CLIME participant
"I learned more than I had anticipated. The interaction with peers was invaluable." - CLIME participant
"This is the first time I've taken the time to reflect on myself as a leader. Thank you for giving me this opportunity and gift which have allowed me to grow" - CLIME participant
"I left the CLIME program with greater self-awareness and a sense of empowerment." - CLIME participant
"Excellent course, loads of content, excellent resource people." - CLIME 2010 participant
"Something for everyone from beginner to "veterans" in MedEd - this is a gift of time to reflect on how to "live" the academic life! - CLIME participant
"An excellent course! What a privilege to be part of such a great endeavour with such a dedicated group of leaders! - CLIME participant
Week-at-a-Glance (subject to change)
Monday, February 4, 2019
Morning Personal Effectiveness I: Goals and Career Paths Afternoon Interpersonal Effectiveness
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
Morning Medical Education Leadership Afternoon Leading Change
Wednesday, February 6, 2019
Morning Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Afternoon Effective Teams
Thursday, February 7, 2019
Morning Scholarship in Medical Education Afternoon Personal Effectiveness II: Time Management for Leaders
2019 Planning Committee
Dr. Deepak Dath, McMaster University
Dr. Brent Kvern, University of Manitoba
Dr. Darren Beiko, Queen's University
Dr. Barbara-Ann Millar, University of Toronto
Dr. Ming-Ka Chan, University of Manitoba
Dr. Dr James Goertzen, Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Mrs. Mary (Digout) Cunningham, Canadian Association for Medical Education
Register early as space is limited to 45 participants. To qualify for the discounted registration fee, you must pre-register by November 1, 2018.
Register online: https://came-acem.ca/events_en.php
Payment can be made by credit card (VISA or MasterCard) or cheque made payable to the Canadian Association for Medical Education. All amounts are in Canadian dollars. Your registration fee includes breakfast and lunch for 4 days, refreshment breaks as well as a group dinner on Wednesday evening.
For CAME Members before November 1, 2018 $4,100 + HST = $4633.00
after November 1, 2018 $4,400 + HST = $4972.00
For non-CAME Members before November 1, 2018 $4,400 + HST = $4972.00
after November 1, 2018 $4,700 + HST = $5311.00
HST Registration No.: 83184 8726 RT0001
Additional Savings: Become a CAME member and save $300 on your CLIME registration fees and enjoy the benefits of CAME membership!
For information about becoming a CAME member, please visit our website at: http://www.came-acem.ca/aboutcame_membership_en.php
Deadline for registration is December 14, 2018. Cancellation in writing before December 14, 2018 will result in an administration fee of $500. Requests for refunds received after December 14, 2018 will not be possible.
Register online: https://came-acem.ca/events_en.php
Room blocks for participants attending this course delivery will be posted soon!
Please note that hotel accommodation is not included in the registration fee. Participants should plan to arrive in Toronto on Sunday, February 3, 2019 as the day begins early on Monday morning (7:30 a.m. for registration check in).
ContactFor additional information or to register, please contact:
Mary (Digout) Cunningham, Association Manager
Canadian Association for Medical Education (CAME)
2733 Lancaster Road, Suite 100
Ottawa, Ontario K1B 0A9
Tel: 613 730-0687 ext 238