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Time, Money, and Meetings

More physicians obtain CME by attending meetings than by any other means, according to preliminary figures from Medical Meetings' eighth annual survey of physician preferences in CME (to be published in the January/February 2001 issue). Physicians earned, on average, 50.8 hours of Category 1 credit in the survey period of September 1999 to September 2000. They earned 37.9 percent of those hours by attending meetings that required travel, and 26.8 percent by attending meetings that did not

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