The most revealing session I've ever attended regarding how physicians learn was held back in 1998 at the Alliance for CME conference. Entitled “Patient-centered CE,” it was run by Bob Pyatt Jr., MD, Chambersburg Imaging Associates, Chambersburg, Pa., and focused on a CME initiative about post-polio syndrome that he had co-developed with patients. He turned the lectern over to Phyllis Bailey, MSW, polio survivor — and the leader of the self-described “pushy polios” — the group that had ...

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