Step Up, Help Out

Step Up, Help Out

There are a lot of reasons CME providers should volunteer their time and energy. Here are a few to get you started.

Five years ago I spent my birthday on a roof in New Orleans’ Lower Ninth Ward. I didn’t know anything about roofing—I’d hesitate to say that I know much about it now—but this didn’t stop a kid from Habitat for Humanity from handing me a hammer and pointing to the roof.

He said, “Just don’t fall. That would be bad.”

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