Learning at a distance

Paul, Reid
October 2008
Pharmaceutical Representative;Oct2008, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p28
The article offers information on several studies which show physicians' growing interest in electronic resources for the healthcare industry in the U.S. One study reveals that four out of 10 physicians tend to use online resources for medical information. Another study reports that in the past years, about 45,000 physicians and sales representative met online while 320,000 show interest in electronic detailing which may someday lead to future virtual meetings.


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