Why CME Should Embrace Social Media

The CME community hasn’t fully adopted the use of social media for its activities—yet.

CME has lagged far behind other areas of medicine, patient advocacy, and industry in its use of social media. Of the more than 1,500 attendees at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Alliance for Continuing Medical Education, only six people were tweeting via Twitter—and only a couple were contributing more than “come see my booth”–type messages. And, though th

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