What does it take to make a quality medical education program?

what does it take to make a quality medical education program

The short answer is Time!  The long answer highlights all of the actual work involved to go from the concept of a good clinical topic to a polished presentation.  Excellent original content takes a deep commitment to create, and identifying the literature, research, and data behind a clinical topic can be very time consuming.  Once found, tying the clinical pieces and information together into a cohesive and interesting presentation begins.

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