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Currently, there are many types of medical education activities that are not certified for CME credit, but they may look like a typical CME activity.
If CME funding must come from nonindustry sources, only 17% of respondents favored higher registration fees.
1999) measured the frequency of use and satisfaction of providers who utilized the University of Iowa's online CME program over an 18-month period.
It is not very surprising that CMEs should interact," notes Gopalswamy, who is based at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md.
CME owns five commercial TV stations in as many Eastern European countries.
The CME is the designated successor to Action for Children's Television, a group of crusaders experienced in decrying the evils of advertising.
CME is a diverse derivatives marketplace and offers a range of global benchmark products that include futures and options based on interest rates, equity indexes, foreign exchange, energy, agricultural products and metals, together through its CME Globex electronic trading platform and its exchanges based in Chicago, New York and London.
CME Europe's growth has been broadly driven across its product range in FX, energy and agricultural commodities futures contracts.
Since 1998, the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the organization that puts its stamp of approval on CME providers, has released annual reports on the state of the CME enterprise in the United States.
Like a plane racing through the air at supersonic speed, a CME hurtles through the solar wind, creating a shock wave that accelerates the charged particles it meets.
PRAGUE It's high noon at Nova TV in the Czech Republic with the highly publicized showdown between ousted station manager Vladimir Zelezny and CME president Fred Klinkhammer.