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SACME Award Winners
SACME members are eligible to receive various awards and grants. The winners of these awards and grants are listed on this page. For more information, including selection criteria or application prodedures, see Committees/Awards; SACME Research Grants; JCEHP Award
Distinguished Service in Continuing Medical Education
Given to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to continuing medical education over an extended period (Fifteen years or more is the suggested guide), or who has developed an outstanding innovation in continuing medical education representing an important advance in CME.
2016: Moss Blachman, PhD
2015: Nancy Davis, PhD
Beginning in 2013, SACME has renamed this award the Dave Davis Research in CME Award. Given to an individual or group of individuals who have made outstanding contributions to research in continuing medical education.
2016: Craig Campbell, MD
For over ten years, an award of $1000 has been awarded annually to the best original research paper published in JCEHP, the official journal of SACME, the Alliance for Continuing Medical Education, and the Association for Hospital Medical Education. This award recognizes and encourages superior original research and scholarship in the field of continuing education in the health professions. Below are the recipients since 1995, many of whom are SACME members.
The Fox Award honors the research of Dr. Robert D. Fox, University of Oklahoma, who has contributed greatly to the literature in the field of professional continuing education. Established in 2001, the Fox Award has been presented to the SACME member whose RICME abstract is judged the best, with respect to its methodology and impact on the profession.
2015 Curt Olson and Sanjeev Sockalingam
SACME Award for Best Young Researcher
The SACME Award for Best Young Researcher is presented to the individual whose RICME presentation at a SACME Meeting is judged the best with respect to its methodology and impact on the profession. Residents and researchers presenting within the first three years in the field are eligible for this award.
2016: President's Meritorious Service Award presented to Deborah Samuel, Ginny Jacobs
SACME Research GrantsSACME Research Grants are awarded through a grant application process. For more specifics, please see the SACME Grants page.