There are four key policy and scrutiny trends facing today’s continuing medical education community, according to a white paper released this past fall by Littleton, Colo.–based Global Education Group. These are incorporating adult learning principles into CME, producing better outcomes, heightening CME regulations and enforcement, and addressing conflicts of interest. The white paper also recommends some ways to move forward from what the authors call CME’s “crossroads” status. “CME ...

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