Collaborate for Change

Through partnerships with their overseas colleagues, several U.S. societies launched meetings that became powerful catalysts for changing health care worldwide.

It's become conventional CME wisdom: One-time meetings aren't enough to change physician behavior. Maybe not. But international conferences that are born of true collaborations between U.S. education providers and their overseas colleagues can have a powerful, lasting effect--not only on the participants, but on the countries

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