CME providers agonize over eliminating the possible perception of bias in their activities due to pharmaceutical industry support, but are docs similarly concerned — and if so, are they concerned enough to pay their own way? For the first time, Medical Meetings posed those questions in the 2005 Physicians' Preferences in CME Survey. We also explored several other new areas, asking doctors whether it is important that CME activities are based on high levels of evidence, and what types of ...

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