Customize Your e-CME

A quick search for “on-line CME” on Google (www.google.com), the Web's most popular search engine, reveals that many on-line activities are little more than straight text with a few hyperlinks and a Web-based post-test. Even worse are the PowerPoint presentations that have been converted to HTML, forcing the user to click through poorly designed slides with meaningless notes (if any), print off a post-test, complete it, and mai

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