Every planner wants to have a meeting that allows attendees to put what they learn into action. Small meetings are ideal vehicles for making that happen — if they're done well. I had the chance to attend just such a meeting last fall: the first Continuing Medical Education Leadership in the 21st Century Conference. The conference scored high in the three areas vital to creating a powerful, lasting educational experience: logistics, presenters and attendees, and the educational process. ...

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