Women Physicians Speak Out

Seventh Annual Physician Preferences Survey In 1994, only 16 percent of respondents to this survey were female. In seven years, the percentage has doubled. Know This: They are tough customers when it comes to CME. By the way: The electronic revolution in CME is fizzling.

There are three major findings from the 2000Medical Meetings Physician Preferences Survey: First, women are now a force to be reckoned with in continuing medical education (CME). About 30 percent of the 238 respondent

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