The Great Divide

The concept of “one size fits all” may work for T-shirts, but when it comes to continuing medical education, the model developed back when physicians were almost exclusively white males may chafe a bit with today's changing demographic of healthcare professionals.

According to data from the Association of American Medical Colleges, almost half of the 2002 medical school applicants were female. But are CME professionals adapting CME to meet the needs of women physicians? MM part

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