1,2Continuing medical education (CME) plays a critical role in medical research and healthcare as it bridges the gap between academic research and clinical practice. It provides healthcare practitioners (HCPs) with well-balanced, real-world information that is disease-oriented and aligned to patient needs and global healthcare trends.
Thus, it enables HCPs to improve their competency, address healthcare gaps in their field, translate innovations into practice, and enhance the quality of care patients receive.3,4
This article discusses current trends in CME content development and its dissemination as well as how it can be made more effective. It also presents industry experts’…
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