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Globalizing CME's Future

Leaders explore the status of continuing medical education around the world.

The future of CME is here in this room,” said Paul Piché, president of HIT Global and president of the Global Alliance for Medical Education, addressing the 140 participants who came from around the world to attend the 15th Annual GAME Meeting in Montréal in June. While the quality and quantity of healthcare available varies from country to country, the need for high-quality continuing medical education is shared around the globe. That's why it's essential to understand different countries'

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