(I'm probably asking another stupid question, but here it goes...) Hi everyone, I hope you're all doing well. I was just wondering how practicing physicians are able to keep up with basic sciences during their years in practice. Do they solely rely on CME's to give them reviews that is relevant to the CME topic? Do they periodically go back to UWorld/Kaplan Qbanks? I am an IMG and still find all of this to be a bit overwhelming. I definitely see myself having to review topics afterhours (my specialty interest is Family Medicine). I hope I'm not the only one!