Researchers find difficulty recruiting CME speakers

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Two researchers have found it's getting harder to recruit speakers for CME programs. Obtaining one for an activity aimed at GPs took 32% more requests over a three-year period (Teaching and Learning in Medicine, 19 (2)). Findings could mean more strain for CME offices.
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