Study Finds Continuing Medical Education Can Shift Behavior

According to a nationwide study released recently by the Pri-Med Institute, Boston, effective CME can cause significant shifts in the clinical practice behavior of primary care physicians, especially in treating conditions for which guidelines for diagnosis and treatment are not yet widely accepted.

The institute asked the doctors who would be participating in future Pri-Med Updates conferences in nine cities across the country to analyze a specific case-based scenario. The scenario i

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