Sunday, 24 of June of 2018

Doctors Who Make Mistakes Often Ordered to Complete Continuing Medical Education

CME is being assigned as a disciplinary measure instead of license revocation.

By Jim Lewis, Carolina Medical Malpractice Attorney

My colleague Emily Brannon wrote recently on our firm’s Carolina personal injury website that continuing medical education, or CME, courses may prevent doctor misconduct leading to medical malpractice claims. Emily also notes that CME is being assigned as a disciplinary measure instead of license revocation.

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