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New director of educational services joins Illinois Alliance CME board

Steve Singer, the director of educational services of PeerPoint Medical Education Institute, is elected to the board of the Illinois Alliance for Continuing Medical Education

Steve Singer, director of educational services of the PeerPoint Medical Education Institute, has been elected to the board of the Illinois Alliance for Continuing Medical Education (IACME).

Singer has been an active member of IACME and participant in its programmes. He said: "The IACME does extraordinary work addressing the ever-changing needs the medical education professionals. I am happy to be recognised by the group and look forward to serving it well."

Throughout his career, Singer has been concerned with enhancing scientific and medical communications, including both independent continuing education and strategic marketing. Before joining PeerPoint in 2004, he served as consultant to the State of Illinois, the Biotechnology Institute, the National Coalition for Healthcare Professional Education in Genetics, the Human Genome Program, and Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry.

7th August 2007

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