Organizers of the Critical Skills for the New CME Paradigm workshop, held May 11 to 12 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, had two ambitious goals: to teach experienced CME professionals what they need to know to stay ahead in this rapidly evolving field; and to model the principles they were teaching so participants could experience adult education theory in action. “We wanted to concentrate not only on the content, but also the process,” says Suzanne Murray, principal, AXDEV ...

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