OTTAWA, April 5, 2018 /CNW/ -áThe Canadian Medical Association (CMA) has announced a new grant program designed to createor expand communities of interest within the medical profession. The CMA's Communities of Interest Grantsáprogram will offer four grants of up to $5,000 and one grant of up to $10,000
"Exchanging ideas can lead to solving some of our most pressing health issues," says Dr. Laurent Marcoux, President of the CMA. "Communities of interest enable individuals who share a common interest to discuss, debate and dissect an issue and we need to foster and grow their potential. The CMA wants to play a key role in enabling and growing communities that are authentic and applicable to the medical community and other stakeholders." As part of the program, the CMA will also provide grant recipients with strategic advice, community management coaching and communications support.
CMA members interested in submitting an application will need to clearly identify the scope of the issue the community will address and have the support of no less than five CMA members or medical learners. Recipients will be selected based on criteria such as inclusion, impact, relevance and strategic approach.
"Connecting and sharing best practices with colleagues is an opportunity to bring real change in health care," adds Dr. Marcoux. Applications are now being accepted for this grant program until May 31, 2018. To apply, or to get more information, CMA members can visit https://www.cma.ca/En/pages/communities-of-interest-grants.aspx.
The Canadian Medical Association unites 85,000 physicians on national health and medical matters. Formed in Quebec City in 1867, the CMA's rich history of advocacy led to some of Canada's most important health policy changes. As we look to the future, the CMA will focus on advocating for a healthy population and a vibrant profession.
SOURCE Canadian Medical Association
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