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College's Clinical Skills Program honored by CME educators

From the January 2001 ACP-ASIM Observer, copyright 2001 by the American College of Physicians-American Society of Internal Medicine.

The College's Clinical Skills Program has received the Alliance for Continuing Medical Education's 2001 Award for best live CME activity.

The College received the award for its pre-Annual Session course, "Clinical and Procedural Skills Training." The course gave internists an opportunity to enhance their skills in skin biopsy; arthrocentesis; and pelvic, breast, musculoskeletal and male genitourinary examinations.

This award-winning course will be offered at the 2001 Annual Session in Atlanta as a pre-Session course on March 28, 2001. More information on the course is available at www.acponline.org/clinicalskills/presession2001.htm.

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