The Conjoint Committee on CME met in Chicago in August to address recommendation 5.3 from the Institute of Medicine’s April 2009 report, “Conflict of Interest in Medical Research, Education, and Practice.” Recommendation 5.3 states: “A new system of funding accredited continuing medical education should be developed that is free of industry influence, enhances public trust in the integrity of the system, and provides high-quality education.” The Conjoint Committee’s meeting was the first of ...

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