Alliance for CME: Award for Most Outstanding Certified Live CME Activity

March 4, 2009 at 12:52 am Leave a comment

The 2009 recipient of the “Award for Most Outstanding Certified Live CME Activity” was given to Research to Practice for their activity, “The Role of the Breast Surgeon in the Interdisciplinary Management of Early Breast Cancer.” Neil Love, MD, President of Research to Practice describes the activity. Several best practices were followed in the design of the activity. If you are interested, listen to my podcast with Dr. Love. I think you might find the approach used for needs assessment as well as the use of that information in the design of the activity informative. It’s a 10 minute listen.

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

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