Continuing Medical Education (CME) industry goes through major changes under the leadership of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). These changes lead to a paradigm shift in teaching physicians.

Surprisingly, this change has created an unexpected opportunity for medical writers who are interested in entering the field of CME in writing specific medical condition. Previously, the authors find it very difficult to get into this highly specialized field. CME providers EMC content creation opted to hire the writers knew they had done this work before, and understood what was then the labor needs of life and regulations first. There were few opportunities for formal medical training, writing CME, and without relying on training with other professionals in the FMC, writers who wish to enter CME were at an impasse circular. Fortunately, because of the bump on the CME, even experienced writers find that they need to learn new skills.

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