“I'VE BEEN GOING to CME for something like 1,000 years, and I do think lectures are getting better,” says David Davis, MD, associate dean, continuing education, University of Toronto. Which is a good thing because, as the July/August issue's cover story pointed out, docs aren't about to embrace nonlecture educational delivery systems any time soon. But, as Davis notes, “The change process is complex. I think a good lecture is a necessary — not ...

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