For Adult Learners Only

Not surprisingly, learning resources that are accessible, clinical, and familiar to us provide a good return of information and skills for the resources invested.

We CME professionals focus on the learning needs of others. It often seems like a them-vs.-us activity. We plan and “they” participate; and we see to the teaching while “they” see to the learning. Yet the reality is that we and our clients are similar in ways that make learning the most interesting of human activit

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