Safe-injection education expands; Docs won't pay for unbiased CME;

> A new push is underway to eliminate unsafe injection practices in the United States, which are estimated to have resulted in more than 30 outbreaks of infectious disease including hepatitis C, and the notification of more than 125,000 patients about potential exposure just in the last decade. Post

> Accused child molester Dr. Earl Bradley has waived his right to have his fate decided by a jury. Nonetheless, the trial of the Delaware pediatrician facing 529 felony counts of rape and other sexual offenses will begin June 1. Article

> While medical schools traditionally have not devoted much time to fostering strong communication skills among physicians, Stanford's Educators-4-Care program is trying to make a difference. Interview

> Although most doctors believe industry-supported CME to be biased, few are willing to pay more for impartial information. Article

> Despite the push for more physicians to adopt e-prescribing systems, poor design and other flaws are keeping them from making the most of these tools. Article

And Finally... Triathlete saves fellow competitor's life, goes on to complete race. Article