CAHME Fellowship Program
The Accreditation Fellowship program began in 1972 with the support of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Since that time, Fellows have played a critical role in accreditation process. The Fellowship program is designed for individuals who demonstrate the potential to make significant contributions to the field of health services administration education. By fully participating in the Commission activities, the Fellow learns firsthand about the progress, problems, and potential of evaluation in professional education.
- Have invaluable opportunities to work with highly regarded practitioners from significant healthcare organizations and academicians from leading healthcare education programs.
- Participate in all CAHME activities, providing the opportunity to learn about the process, achievements, and challenges of evaluating professional education.
- Serve as the coordinator for at least two accreditation site visits within a four-year period and attend at least one CAHME Accreditation Council meeting over their tenure as a Fellow.
- Participate in the CAHME Fellowship Training programs within the CAHME Core Learning Center.
CAHME Accreditation Fellowship Program links: