Proposal Guidelines/Submission Content
The proposal should be submitted via the Online Submission Form including the following sections supported by a detailed budget and letter(s) of support (plus other relevant materials).
- Name of the CME activity.
- Faculty lead(s): List the faculty organizing the activity with contact information and administrative contact.
- Proposed date(s), location(s) of the activity, Target audience (List professional disciplines and specialties)
CME Activity Description
- Briefly describe the objectives, format, and contents of the proposed activity.
- Highlight aspects of the activity that address the additional scope priorities (outlined above)
- What makes your idea different?
- Describe the innovative and/or novel aspects of the CME activity with respect to existing or standard practice.
- It is important that the educational impact of your innovative approach is measurable.
- Describe the methods that will be used to measure the impact.
- State the amount of funding requested.
- Describe how additional funding will be sought to ensure the activity will endure (for instance, departmental support when the value of the activity is demonstrated).
- Attach a detailed budget of all expenses related to the development and production of the activity, including any expected cost-sharing.
To the extent possible, separate:
- the revenues and expenses
- the incremental expenses associated with innovations (including data collection and analysis) beyond usual expenses for the activity
- If a similar CME activity has occurred in the past, append a financial statement for that activity to demonstrate the basis for budgeting.
Letter(s) of support
Please provide a letter of support from your Department Chair, Division Chief, Ambulatory Care Unit Chief, or Center Director. Other letters of support may be provided at the discretion of the applicant.
Submission Deadline is January 17, 2020.
Please direct any administrative questions to: Chelle Robins, 734-647-5613.
For other questions, contact: David Healy, MD, Assistant Dean for Continuing Medical Education