We've all sat through those PowerPoint-heavy lectures while struggling to keep our eyes open. Is anyone really learning anything? Probably not. However, we don't have to throw the lecture format out altogether — after all, that's what attendees expect, and they can get a little peeved when you inject too much peer-to-peer learning. But there is a happy middle ground, as Beverly Wood, MD, and Dixie Fisher, PhD, both with the University of Southern California, demonstrated with a lecture that

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