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10 Signs That You Might Work In CME

Originally posted on Confessions of a Medical Educator:
If you know what ACCME, ACEHP, CCMEP, PhRMA, OIG, AMA CEJA, FACEHP, SACME, PARS, NCCME, PICME, POC CME, MOC, MOL, IACE, GAME, PPSA, and CMS stand for…you might work in CME. If…

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Painting #2

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Embracing the Phil Connors in Me

My car was shaking and clunking so much on my drive home that I was genuinely afraid that it was about to break into a million pieces at any moment. I called from the road to see if I could … Continue reading

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Ellen

There is a woman I got to know while working in my former career who is one of the strongest, most inspiring women I have ever known. I have never met a woman as gracious, loving and caring as her. … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Fran!

My dear Fran turned 100 today. Well, 100k, that is. She has always been a thoughtful companion – even now, on her day, she waited until we were at a stop sign to turn to six digits, knowing I was … Continue reading

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The Wonder Years

For the record: I am proud to be a suburban girl. I remember watching The Wonder Years as a kid with the rest of my family, but, given my young age, I never really appreciated it to the extent it … Continue reading

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Painting #1

Started 2/1/14 and completed 2/9/14

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Dear Winter

Enough.

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Letting Go: Embracing Oneself

Having a relationship come to an end is never easy, no matter how far in advance you may see the end coming. It doesn’t matter how it ends, whether peaceful or after a battle, something deep within still makes you … Continue reading

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Of Collaborations Loved and Lost

Originally posted on Confessions of a Medical Educator:
I thought we had something special, You and I. I thought we had a connection. We communicated by email. We talked on the phone. We arranged to meet in person, face-to-face. We…

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