In a recent interview with the EvoLLLution, Gregg Bereznick (Western University) discusses the trends that are shaping the continuing medical education (CME) field. Bereznick notes that the post-pandemic experience should offer learners an in-person “pre-pandemic” experience in addition to a “buffet” of other opportunities that include virtual and in-person learning. He discusses how medical educators benefit from “bite-sized,” needs-based continuing education to fit their busy schedules. Bereznick says that continuing education for physicians must include “a level of truth and clarity that other onboarding may not require” to help participants move forward. Bereznick concludes that the post-pandemic world provides a unique opportunity for CME and faculty development to be rethought.