Life After Meetings


“You know how it is — you come to a meeting, learn something new, you're excited and ready to go back home and try it. But sometimes once you go back to your settings those good ideas just don't get implemented,” said Marcia Jackson, PhD, senior associate executive vice president, education division, American College of Cardiology, in her welcome speech during the opening plenary session of the Alliance for CME's 26th Annual Conference. Held Jan

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