Perceptions have shifted. Continuing medical education/continuing education activities that once were seen as part of the problem in healthcare are increasingly considered by experts as part of the cure. Take the Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategies, or REMS, programs, for instance, which I wrote about two years ago in this column. These programs make the Food and Drug Administration a de facto partner of the CME/CE community in identifying education gaps and needs for learners. ...

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