In good news for continuing medical education providers, respondents to Medical Meetings' 2006 Physicians’ Preferences in CME Study earned an average of 57 credits during the 12 months preceding the survey, compared to 51 last year. The highest percentage, 18 percent of respondents, earned 50 to 59 hours of credit. Women earned an average of 77 credits per year compared to 50 for the men. By age, 45- to 55-year-olds earned the most credits, with an average of 68, followed by those older ...

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