The tumbling economy and higher cost of travel are causing physicians to rethink their plans to attend out-of-town meetings, according to Medical Meetings Physicians' CME Preferences Survey. About half of respondents, who were surveyed in September, said that they plan to attend fewer meetings requiring overnight travel during the coming year. Thirty-eight percent said they plan to attend more local meetings, while 50 percent said they plan to earn more of their continuing medical education ...

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