Does CME Work? The Learners’ Perspective

Does CME Work? The Learners’ Perspective

According to a new survey, healthcare professionals say that certified continuing medical education is more valuable to them than journal articles and other publications, speakers bureau programs, and promotional and other non-certified education when it comes to improving their practice and their patient outcomes.

We know physicians and other healthcare providers like to bellyache about having to take days away from their practices to go to their specialty society’s annual conference, or even having to take a few hours off to participate in online and print continuing medical education. But is the time and effort worth it?

According to a recent survey by Global Education Group, the answer is an unqualified “yes.” In fact, healthcare providers rated accredited CME activities as more va

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