Researchers wrote that MCE hasn't changed practice behaviors

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Researchers wrote in The Health Care Manager (25:1) that an analysis of studies of mandatory continuing education (MCE) in medicine and other healthcare fields found no substantial evidence that MCE has changed practice behaviors in ways that improve patient care.
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