Time to Bring the Patient's Voice to CME
Continuing medical education participants regularly hear from experts in disease states and therapies—but rarely from the actual patient. Here’s what patients can bring to the CME table.
Take a deep dive into the Accreditation Council for CME’s 2015 Annual Report on the world of medical education providers.
In this article in MeetingsNet, Sue Pelletier describes how one medical society provided MOC to attendees at its annual meeting.
While total reported income for accredited continuing medical education providers has dropped slightly, activities and participants are still on the rise, according to the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education's 2015 Annual Report on the state of the accredited CME enterprise.
In an article in MeetingsNet, Judy M. Sweetnam, M.Ed., CHCP explains the difference between professional practice gaps and underlying educational needs.
MeetingsNet article by Sue Pelletier explains what three pharmaceutical company grants specialists say that CME providers should - and should not - do to win a grant.
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