New reports highlight the efficacy of continuing medical education in changing p

New reports highlight the efficacy of continuing medical education in changing physician behavior and improving patient outcomes.

Literature Review Results: Continuing Medical Education Is Safe and Effective

The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education recently released two new reports that examine the validity of two common perceptions of CME: That it does not result in improved healthcare professional behavior and patient health, and that commercial support injects bias into activities. Or should we say “misperceptions”?

The first report, titled

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