With the continuing threat of terrorist attacks, education on bioterrorism remains a top priority for CME providers. But the focus has changed — from the “disease of the day” to an underlying new awareness of how to deal with the spectrum of potential terrorist strikes. “We will always have the immediate broadcast, the just-in-time learning,” says Maureen Lichtveld, MD, MPH, and associate director for workforce policy and planning at the Centers for Disease Control. “But what you really want ...

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