Culture Counts When Creating Cross-Border Medical Meetings in Europe

Culture Counts When Creating Cross-Border Medical Meetings in Europe

A study of CME regulatory and educational systems in Europe highlights the importance of taking differences into account when developing cross-border continuing medical education.

The drive toward improved continuing medical education learning outcomes in Europe is complicated by the fact that European countries don’t all follow the same model when it comes to CME regulatory frameworks, the position of CME within the medical education path of that country’s healthcare providers, and how CME is funded. At the Global Alliance for Medical Education Annual Meeting, held in Toronto in May, Madeleine Schaffer, chief

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