Most of us do a good job of identifying financial relationships of faculty involved in a continuing medical education activity, and of resolving conflicts by reviewing presentations to ensure they are free from commercial bias, fair and balanced, and scientifically objective. But sometimes we forget to pay attention to the planners of the activity in advance, and end up resolving their conflicts with content review at the end of the planning process, rather than prior to the development of ...

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