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The CAME webinar series is designed to bring practical, evidence and experience-based advice to Canadian health educators.

Through these monthly Zoom-based CAME webinars, you can listen to presentations on key topics in health professional education and engage with an expert and colleagues in live discussions.

Registration is now free for CAME members! Recordings of webinars are also available to our members via our new membership portal!


Date: Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Presentation 1: 12:00pm-1:00pm Eastern, (9:00am-10:00am Pacific)

Presenter: Dr. Tim Dubé, Université de Sherbrooke

Title: Integrating social accountability in the health professions education curricula


Tim Dubé is an Assistant Professor, Health Professions Education in Université de Sherbrooke’s Department of Family and Emergency Medicine. Trained in rural and northern health research (PhD), Tim has extensive applied experiences with distributed community-engaged learning, competency-based medical education, and social accountability. His research program aims to advance understanding of how educational approaches prepare future socially accountable health professionals who will have a positive impact on society and meet the health needs of the individuals and communities they serve. 


As health professions education curricula are increasingly undergoing reform toward social accountability, educators grapple with the challenge of integrating this concept into their programs. This talk aims to share processes and strategies for enhancing teaching and learning centered on social accountability.

Learning objectives

  • Define the concept of social accountability within the context of health professions education.
  • Identify and explain the key elements and characteristics of educational approaches that promote social accountability, including their integration into health professions education curricula.
  • Describe strategies for weaving social accountability into educational programs, supported by research evidence and practical examples of lessons learned.

EDT Session - Integrating social accountability in the health professions education curricula

  • Tuesday June 25 2024, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online via Zoom Platform