I'm so sad to have to say that our lovely and talented CME: In Practice columnist, Ann Lichti, has written her last column for us, at least for a while. But I think the idea behind that column is still sound and, more importantly, needed.
So while it would be impossible to replace Ann, I would love to find some new people who are willing and able to speak the truth of their experiences in providing CME in the real world. Newbies would be more than welcomed -- in fact, those with less experience may be able to bring a fresh, or at least different, perspective on the challenges that have plagued this enterprise for so long.
If this sounds like you or someone you know, please drop a comment below or e-mail me. You don't have to be Hemingway (and I'd be glad to work with those who may not feel as confident about their writing abilities as they are about their work in CME); all you need are strongly held opinions and a willingness to speak to what it's really like to work in this field today.