The Eurospeaker

BMJ 1995; 310 doi: (Published 06 May 1995) Cite this as: BMJ 1995;310:1203
  1. James Owen Drife

    As it becomes commonplace to go by train for lunch in Paris, postgraduate education will broaden its horizons. Soon you will be nipping over to European meetings to gather points for CME (Continental Medical Education). You may even be invited to speak. Having experienced PGME sans frontieres at various international gatherings, I offer some hints on how to adapt your lecturing style.

    You are probably used to a static audience of people sitting down. This is not the European way. At a Euromeeting most of the audience files in and out during your talk. One by one, people open the door (admitting …

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