A continuing medical education lecture and workshop, physician behavior, and barriers to change.

@article{Parochka2001ACM,
  title={A continuing medical education lecture and workshop, physician behavior, and barriers to change.},
  author={Jacqueline N Parochka and K Paprockas},
  journal={The Journal of continuing education in the health professions},
  year={2001},
  volume={21 2},
  pages={110-6}
}
BACKGROUND Continuing medical education (CME) is undertaken with the intention that it will affect the practice of medicine at the level of choices made by individual physicians. Inherent in this effort is the assumption that CME is sufficient to effect a change in physician behavior. METHODS To further examine the relationship between a CME activity and physician behavior, we conducted a study of behavior and barriers to change associated with a CME lecture and workshop on breast cancer risk… CONTINUE READING

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