So as an educator, and business owner, I am always looking to grow. I also feel it is my duty as an educator to learn of any new practices so I can bring them to my own teachings and ultimately help the PA community. To further my growth, I wanted to attend a CME Resources conference, especially since I am asked quite often about what I think of their courses. I wanted to be able to provide an opinion based on my own personal experience instead of an uninformed one. However, as you can see from the letter, I was refused. After receiving the letter refusing my acceptance to CME Resources, I wrote back:
I received your certified letter. I appreciate the update.
I invite you (or a representative) from CME Resources to attend one of our conferences as my personal guest. I feel it’s good for the physician assistant community we serve to provide the best educational experience, with the best ideas.
At CME4LIFE, we have a total of 37,000 followers on our social media network, I am constantly being asked about your program. I felt attending your program was a way for me to learn and grow, as well as provide a first-hand, open minded understanding of what you do.
Being banned from CME Resources will create a social media buzz that I would rather avoid.
I would like for you to reconsider allowing me to attend, but I respect if you refuse.
John Bielinski, Jr. MS, PAC
My email to CME Resources went unanswered.
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