Pri-Med uncovers learning styles

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Pri-Med released findings from a CME outcomes study it says includes feedback from nearly 50,000 medical professionals and a wealth of information on specific disease states.

For instance, within the diabetes category, solo practitioners recognized the greatest educational gain (16%), and those in practice five or less years seemed more receptive to information than older colleagues (26%).

The study “is instrumental in helping us understand the different learning styles and knowledge gaps that exist within the medical community,” Michael Bloch MD, a member of Pri-Med's Medical Advisory Board, said in a statement.

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