Faculty who present at continuing education activities usually have the best interests of the audience at heart and want to share their knowledge with colleagues in the hopes of improving the quality of patient care. Unfortunately, they sometimes are a bit overzealous and try to jam too much into too little time. Managing the clock may not sound exciting, but it’s a critical skill in continuing education that many providers overlook. We invited Amy Hammer, the director of education, ...

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