Continuing medical education is the process by which family physicians and other health professional engage in activities designed to support their continuing professional development. Activities are derived from multiple instructional domains, are learner centered, and support the ability of those professionals to provide high-quality, comprehensive, and continuous patient care and service to the public and their profession. (COCPD) (1985) (2013 COD)
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Continuing Medical Education (CME), Definition