On a four-point scale—where 1 means the item in question is not a valuable source of information/education to support professional practice and patient outcome improvement and 4 means it is a very valuable step toward those goals—CME garnered a 3.6. Journal articles and publications came in second at 3.4, followed by speakers bureau programs (2.6) and medical science liaison visits (2.3). Promotional/other non-certified education and sales rep visits both were rated 2.1, and ...

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