I visited the Rock Barrel in late morning in search of some peach pearls. I wanted to make a bracelet to match the multi strand pearl necklace I’d finished yesterday. 159 more words
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The University of North Carolina Center for Functional GI and Motility Disorders has announced that it will be offering real-time online access to its on-site continuing medical education symposium, “How to Treat IBS Effectively.” The full day event will take place on Saturday, November 2, 2013 from 8:00 a.m-5.45 pm. 474 more words
Note: Today’s guest blogger is Christopher Clark, DO, who serves as a member of PAMED’s Commission on CME.
Advances in the planning of continuing medical education (CME) activities for physicians have been directly related to the changes that we are seeing in our health care system. 606 more words
Each month I attend the monthly meeting of the State Medical Board of Ohio. This past week, at the Board’s monthly meeting, I was stunned to hear that the Board had voted to accept the permanent surrender of four physician’s licenses for failure to comply with their Continuing Medical Education (CME) requirements! 341 more words