As we seek to raise quality in the house of CME, we would do well to abide by this simple concept: Look to fix the problem, not to lay blame.
After the American Medical Association declined to adopt two previous reports addressing CME, the AMA's Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs recently issued a third draft report that encourages funders, CME providers, and physicians to implement additional practices related to medical industry funding. At its early November Interim meeting, the AMA House of Delegates once again referred the CEJA report back to committee. The bulk of the report's recommendations address “conditions” that ...
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