Top 4 Trends in CME

January 18, 2011 at 8:25 pm Leave a comment

MEETNIGSNET Jan 17, 2011, By Sue Pelletier

Sue Pelletier with Medical Meetings has provided a brief overview of a peer-reviewed study of the past five years in literature about continuing medical education. “CME Crossroads: A Survey of Continuing Medical Education Analysis, Criticism, Research, and Policy Proposals” summarizes an analysis of more than 100 articles, research studies, and policy proposals published over the past five years. It was peer-reviewed by representatives of major players in continuing medical education.”

The four trends identified were:
• Adult Learning
• Better Outcomes
• Regulation and Enforcement
• Conflicts of Interest

Won’t it be nice when all of the trends have to do with education and improvement rather than the non added value brought to the enterprise by regulation, enforcement and concerns over conflicts of interest?

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