Houston, We Have a Problem

Let's stop scrambling to react to each new crisis, and instead focus on the search for solutions to CME’s problems

The inspiration for this Article was twofold: first, I was thinking about how so many of the meetings that CME professionals attend for their own development wind up focusing on the latest hot issue or problem. Second, I was home with the flu and the movie Apollo 13 came on; I heard the infamous line, “Houston, we have a problem,” and it got me thinking, again, that our own education is often based on problems, issues, and challenges. So, our learning is, in essence, problem-based.

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