Despite the advent of Internet education and air safety concerns after 9/11, physicians still obtain more hours of continuing medical education—37.4 percent—by attending out-of-town meetings than by any other means, according to Medical Meetings' 10th Annual Physician Preferences in CME Survey. While that's good news for medical meeting planners, it also needs to be put into perspective. The results are a far cry from 1997, when physicians earned 45 percent of their CME hours by traveling ...

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