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Continuing medical education (CME) programs are poised to take advantage of the new technology, which allows for multidirectional exchanges, even when the participants are physically removed from one another. While, in the past, CME has often been presented as unidirectional (knowledge flowing from experts to participants), in reality, physicians commonly communicate with and learn from one another in a multidirectional fashion. Medical education can be a collaborative process from the learner's perspective, in which participants learn from both experts and one another. Indeed, every physician has clinical pearls that he/she imparts to others in casual conversation and during informal clinical consultations.
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