Alliance for CME: Award for Most Outstanding Certified Enduring Material CME Activity

February 26, 2009 at 7:29 pm Leave a comment

The Alliance for Continuing Medical Education has given its “Award for Most Outstanding Certified Enduring Material CME Activity” to PeerPoint Medical Education Institute, LLC. The award winning activity was titled “What’s Best for My Patient”. It is an online program designed to bring together physicians of different specialties to talk about their interpretation and use of current guidelines for the treatment of colon and rectal cancer. I talked to Dr.Gary Bird about the activity. If you have an interest in online CME activities, Interdisciplinary CME, or how to influence physician utilization of practice guidelines you may want to take a listen.

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Entry filed under: CME, Continuing Medical Education, Continung Professional Development, Physician Continuing Education, Physician Education.

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