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[February 28, 2013]

Research and Markets: Medical Information Seeking Patterns and Perceptions of CME US-Practicing Transplant Surgeons

DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kgvj5m/medical) has announced the addition of the "Medical Information Seeking Patterns and Perceptions of CME US-Practicing Transplant Surgeons" report to their offering.

This report explores the medical information-seeking behaviour of 45 transplant surgeons surveyed by CE Outcomes and offers details about how and where transplant surgeons seek medical information, what their preferences are for receiving CME as well as their perceptions regarding the value of CME.

The Medical Information seeking Patterns of US Practicing Transplant Surgeons Report provides new data about how surgeons learn and what they find to be valuable for stayig up to date.


The data provides insight regarding:

- The information sources transplant surgeons rely on for staying up- to-date about therapeutic advances

- Information sources they find influential when adopting new advances into practice

- Current use of various information sources as well as likelihood of using these sources in the next year

- Top choices for various information formats, such as specific general websites, conferences, patient information websites, and social media websites

- Use of and perceptions toward CME

- Attitudes toward support of CME

- Preferences for choosing a CME activity

Key Topics Covered:

Background And Project Overview

Design And Methods

Results And Analysis

I. Usefulness Of Sources For Staying Updated About Advances In Transplant Surgery.

Ii. Barriers To Finding Needed Medical Information

Iii. Likelihood Of Engaging In Specific Formats For Medical Information

Iv. Annual Meeting Attendance

V. Cme Preferences

Vi. Perceptions Regarding The Value Of Cme

Vii. Perceptions Of Commercial Support Of Cme

Viii. Impact Of Cme On Patient Care

Ix. Topic Of Focus For Future Cme

Conclusions And Implications

- Summary Of Results

- Recommendations For The Development Of Ed. And Information For Transplant Surgeons

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kgvj5m/medical


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