CME professionals worldwide are debating how to develop independent education and ethical partnerships with pharmaceutical companies. That was one of the trends discussed at the Global Alliance for Medical Education annual conference, held June 20 to 22 at the Westin New York at Times Square. The meeting drew about 100 attendees from the around the world. As CME programs become formalized, many countries, like the United States, depend heavily on pharmaceutical industry funding for CME and ...

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