A study published in the American Journal of Roentgenology examined the effectiveness of a peer learning program compared with a score-based review approach among radiologists at Kaiser Permanente in Denver.
The American Board of Medical Specialties and the American Geriatrics Society (AGS) have introduced a series of online tools to help surgeons and other specialists who provide care for older individuals.
This new column is designed to present and resolve common challenges and conundrums in CE instructional design. This installment focuses on Challenge No. 1: The Case of Incomplete Needs Assessment.
A study published in Surgery suggests that physicians who do not undergo palliative care training appeared more prone to advising major surgical interventions for patients with advanced cancer.
Health professionals should be aware that they can earn continuing medical education credit when attending an international conference.