Computers and Continuing Education in the Health Sciences
Methods of continuing medical education have centered around reading, attending courses and conferences, and informal conversations with colleagues. Computer technology now makes it possible to link education to real events in practice. Current efforts to develop physician profiles, provide information at the time and place it is needed, and provide guidance in difficult cases should be extended.
KeywordsMedical Education Lifelong Learning Real Event Informal Conversation Therapeutic Plan
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