In a development that surprised many CME professionals, the Accreditation Council for CME issued an FAQ document prohibiting providers from asking commercial supporters to suggest topics or speakers for educational activities, or to review content for accuracy. The document, released October 12, less than a week before the 18th Annual Conference of the National Task Force of CME Provider/Industry Collaboration, provoked heated discussion during sessions and breaks at the meeting. While the ...

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