Missing: Physician Leadership In CME

“I'm the associate dean for academic affairs.”

“That's impressive. You must have a lot of responsibility.”

“I'm the dean of student affairs.”

“Wow. You have a chance to shape students' careers.”

“I'm the assistant dean for CME.”

“What's that? I didn't know there was such a position. Did no one else want it?”

We may not actually hear these reactions explicitly, but I can tell you, that is what many physicians think.

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