Does the challenge of developing quality CME with a measurable impact on patient care seem daunting to you? Here’s a conference that can help you bring out your inner leader.

CME Leadership in the 21st Century: A Case-based Conference for Current and Future Leaders in CME, scheduled for April 13 to 17, at Duke University, Durham, NC., is designed to hone your managerial skills. Participants will be divided into groups, where they will work on a major case project throughout the conference. Each group will present its solutions and strategies on the last day. Every attendee will also be a assigned a "personal conference mentor" from the faculty, who will guide you in assessing your leadership strengths and help you develop an action plan for the future.

Co-sponsored by Duke University School of Medicine and Professional Postgraduate Services, the program features an impressive roster of faculty including Joseph S. Green, PhD, associate dean of CME, Duke Office of CME; Marty Cearnal, CEO, Physicians World/Thomson Healthcare; and Murray Kopelow, MD, executive director, Accreditation Council for CME. The conference is approved for AMA PRA credit,

For more information, call the Duke office of CME at (800) 222-9984.