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Sharrie Cranford, director of continuing medical education (CME) at the University of South Alabama College of Medicine, was recently selected as the co-editor of INTERCOM, a newsletter produced by the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education.
The newsletter, which is published three times a year for professionals in CME, is sent to hundreds of medical institutions throughout the United States.
According to Cranford, INTERCOM provides invaluable information to not only those who provide CME, but also to the entire medical community.
Cranford said she is looking forward to assisting with a forum that will improve patient care and outcomes. “CME is underutilized by many institutions,” she said. “This publication provides an opportunity to reach the CME community to better enable us to exert our positive influence on today’s health care.”
To view past issues of INTERCOM, click here.
To learn more about the Society for Academic Continuing Medical Education, visit www.sacme.org.
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