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1945 1
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1952 2
1953 2
1954 2
1955 1
1958 1
1959 1
1960 1
1961 2
1962 2
1963 9
1964 13
1965 82
1966 126
1967 149
1968 161
1969 146
1970 166
1971 200
1972 166
1973 192
1974 191
1975 171
1976 193
1977 189
1978 170
1979 230
1980 185
1981 139
1982 141
1983 125
1984 110
1985 94
1986 125
1987 109
1988 150
1989 177
1990 194
1991 203
1992 219
1993 237
1994 228
1995 244
1996 267
1997 285
1998 302
1999 360
2000 353
2001 345
2002 331
2003 372
2004 392
2005 388
2006 394
2007 407
2008 498
2009 538
2010 523
2011 505
2012 500
2013 569
2014 645
2015 621
2016 469
2017 373
2018 328
2019 124
2020 0
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Changes to postgraduate medical education in the 21st century.
Patel M. Clin Med (Lond) 2016. PMID 27481371 Free PMC article.
In order to ensure that training in medicine is contemporary with the continuous evolution of the profession, there has been a multitude of changes to postgraduate medical education, particularly in the UK. This article aims to provide an overview of relevant key changes to postgraduate medical education in the UK during the 21st century, including changes to the structure, governance and commissioning of medical education, effects of European Working Time Directive on training, recent recommendations in the Future Hospital Commission report and Shape of training report, and recent requirements for accreditation of medical education trainers. ...
In order to ensure that training in medicine is contemporary with the continuous evolution of the profession, there has been a multitude of …
The Medical Profession, Industry, and Continuing Medical Education: Finding the Balance That's Right for Patients.
Kearney P, et al. Am J Med 2019 - Review. PMID 30853472
Provision and participation in formal external continuing medical education (CME) is costly. Employer or state support of CME is the exception rather than the rule. ...Funding of medical professional society annual congresses has been directly and indirectly jeopardized. Acknowledging that there are areas of cooperation in the field of education between the medical profession and the medical industry from which both can benefit, we argue that medical education requires an objective approach that the primary fiduciary duty of medical industry companies precludes. ...
Provision and participation in formal external continuing medical education (CME) is costly. Employer or state support …
Continuing medical education.
Richards T. BMJ 1998. PMID 9472499 Free PMC article.
Continuing medical education: AMEE Education Guide No 35.
Davis N, et al. Med Teach 2008. PMID 18777424
This guide is designed to provide a foundation for developing effective continuing medical education (CME) for practicing physicians. ...In the interest of simplicity, we will use the term continuing medical education (CME) throughout, with the understanding that the same strategies may be applied to non-clinical continuing professional education. ...
This guide is designed to provide a foundation for developing effective continuing medical education (CME) for practici …
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