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Taking On New Territories

When done properly, international CME and other medical education activities can help share knowledge, foster cross-cultural understanding, and improve the care of patients around the world. But those of us who have attempted international medical meetings are only too familiar with the flip side of this romantic picture. Language barriers, cultural misunderstandings, differences in logistical expectations, and the frustration of trying to get your things through customs can all add up to a

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