The world of CME is changing and, painful though it may be, CME professionals have to change along with it.
The profession of continuing medical education evolved slowly up until three years ago, when the Accreditation Council for CME released its updated accreditation criteria. Since then it has undergone tremendous growth and maturation. Not surprisingly, the CME world is going through what could only be referred to as long-overdue growing pains. In the past, CME was bifurcated: There was academic CME that, for the most part, focused on the ongoing education of the physicians within individual ...
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