Innovations making CME more clinically relevant, attractive

Cottrell, Kate
May 1997
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;05/15/97, Vol. 156 Issue 10, p1449
Academic Journal
Looks at changes in continuing medical education (CME) in Canada aimed at making it relevant, valuable and enjoyable for physicians. Replacement of lectures with small-group, interactive sessions that ensure physicians are equipped with clinically relevant information; Establishment of community-based programs to allow physicians to fit learning into their schedule.


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