Effect of CME on primary care and OB/GYN treatment of breast masses.

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INTRODUCTION CME program planners are being asked to move beyond assessments of knowledge to assessing the impact of CME on practice and patient outcomes. METHODS We conducted a pre-post analysis of administrative data from 107 physicians, nurse practitioners (NPs), or physician's assistants (PAs) who attended one or two continuing medical education (CME… (More)

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@article{Price2005EffectOC, title={Effect of CME on primary care and OB/GYN treatment of breast masses.}, author={David W. Price and Stanley Xu and David McClure}, journal={The Journal of continuing education in the health professions}, year={2005}, volume={25 4}, pages={240-7} }