CME in the News and on the Blogs – August 31, 2010

August 31, 2010 at 6:17 pm Leave a comment

Study Shows Online Continuing Medical Education Highly Effective in Adoption of Evidenced Based Medicine

NOTE: Thanks to Policy and Medicine for tagging this story for us. For CME providers doing a lot of Internet Based CME this is a good  study to review.

“A recent study showed that continuing medical education (CME) delivered via the internet was highly effective in educating physicians to make evidence-based decisions for their patients.  The study by Linda Casebeer, PhD titled Evidence-based choices of physicians: a comparative analysis of physicians participating in Internet CME and non-participants published in BioMedCentral (BMC), reviewed how the amount of medical education offered through the Internet continues to increase, providing unprecedented access for physicians nationwide and looking at a subset of those courses helped physicians practice evidenced based medicine.”

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