Paging Leonardo

A recent article on AMA Wire focusing on the crucial skills and attributes for physicians in the 21st century paints a picture of physicians as modern-day Leonardo da Vincis. Stating that practicing clinical professionals will “need to be even more Leonardo da Vinci than…before, crossing the professional boundaries, being a little bit lawyers, a little bit doctors, a little bit nurses, a little bit social workers,” the article summarizes changes that physicians and the system that trains them will need to make to achieve this goal. Although the article primarily focuses on medical school training, there are definite implications for the continuing professional development of physicians and for the CME community.

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