The North American Association of Medical Education and Communication Companies released a revised version of its Code of Ethics in August. Asserting that MECCs are an integral part of the healthcare education system, the code covers issues from activity design to collaboration. CME stakeholders should develop education based on patient need and scientific evidence, rather than economic gain, the code states, and design activities employing adult-learning principles. Regarding conflict of ...

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