A SOMEWHAT DISTURBING trend appeared in this year's physician survey, which was conducted in September and October of 2004: The younger docs — those under 45 — were less likely to have participated in CME in 2004 than those in the higher age brackets. The younger docs who did participate in CME, however, really racked up the credit hours. Interestingly, the 22 percent of respondents who were female tended to earn fewer credit hours over the year than did the men. That women are earning

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