Let's Look at this logically: Physicians commit to a lifetime of learning. Regardless of specialty, practice setting, and/or location, one common need remains — ongoing education.

The process, however, differs from any of their previous experiences. As medical students they followed detailed schedules; as residents and fellows they tracked progress within their specialties and subspecialties and knew exactly how long it would take to complete their training. All this changes when phys

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